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Utes arrive in New Orleans, Whittingham gets new contract



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(KSL News) The Utes are six days away from the Sugar Bowl with Alabama, and KSL has learned that Utah Head Coach Kyle Whittingham has earned a huge new contract.

According to our sources, Whittingham will receive a five year deal worth around $1.2 million a year.

The Utes arrived in New Orleans this morning, along with Aggie Head Coach Gary Anderson. They were welcomed by a jazz band. The coaches and players relaxed today, did a couple of interview sessions. They resume practice tomorrow.

Tonight on Sportsbeat Saturday, get more on the Utes as they make final preparations for the Crimson Tide.

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