Texas A&M is finalizing a new contract extension for football coach Jimbo Fisher that will increase his average annual salary to more than $9 million, sources told ESPN.

Fisher, entering his fourth season at Texas A&M, originally signed a 10-year, $75 million contract when he was hired away from Florida State after leading the Seminoles’ program for eight seasons. Fisher’s new deal will keep him at 10 years, running through the 2030 season, and will be worth more than $90 million.

It places him second nationally behind Alabama‘s Nick Saban as the highest-paid coaches in college football. Saban received a raise and extension this summer that will take him to an average of $10.6 million annually through the 2028 season.

Fisher is 26-10 in three seasons at Texas A&M.