Georgia has announced the contract extensions for head coach Mark Richt and defensive coordinator Todd Grantham.
Richt has been extended three years, through the 2016 season. Grantham has been extended two more, through 2014.
Georgia said that contract details are "in the process of being finalized." Richt currently earns $2.81 million annually, and Grantham earns $750,000. UGA president Michael Adams said last month that Richt's contract was "98 percent done."
"The extension is a statement that we are excited to have Mark as our coach and that he is excited about being at Georgia in the years to come," athletics director Greg McGarity said in a statement.
Never miss a local story.
"There's still some things that have gotta be ironed out. I'm excited," Richt said. "I've never really changed my stance on how I feel about being at Georgia."
The agreements were announced on Monday morning. Athletics director Greg McGarity said several months ago that both extensions were in the works.
"Todd has done an outstanding job with our defense and I know our staff and players look forward to his continuing leadership on that side of the ball," Richt said in a statement.