Tommy Moffitt isn’t going anywhere.
The LSU strength coach has signed a three-year extension and received a 25 percent raise, according to The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger.
The deal will run through 2019 and Moffitt’s salary with increase from $320,000 to $400,000, according to the report. The deal was reportedly signed on Jan. 8.
Moffitt has been in Baton Rouge for 17 seasons, and was retained by coach Ed Orgeron following the season. He came to LSU in 2000 under then-head coach Nick Saban.
His new contract will make him one of the top-five highest-paid strength coaches in the nation, according to a USA Today database.
According to Dellenger, the new contract is set for approval at the LSU Board of Supervisors meeting next Friday.