Sources have confirmed that Clemson athletic director Terry Don Phillips and head football coach Tommy Bowden met Sunday afternoon to discuss a contract extension for the Tigers' head coach. Terms of the extension are believed to be in the 3-4 year range.
According to sources, Tommy Bowden also wants more than just a contract extension. He would also like additional support from athletic administration.
The talks have been said to be going, "good."
Bowden has 4 years remaining on his current 7-year deal that pays him approximately $1.2 million a year.
Bowden, Phillips Talking Contract
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