South Carolina head coach Shane Beamer will be rewarded after leading the fighting cocks to an 8-5 record in 2022.

Beamer is set to get a nearly $4 million per season raise and a new contract, according to ESPN.

Head coach Shane Beamer of the South Carolina Gamecocks arrives before the start of the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at TIAA Bank Field on December 30, 2022 in Jacksonville, Florida.
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beamer, the lowest paid coach in the SEC last season, he’ll go from making $2.75 million a season to about $6.5 million a year with the new contract.

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The deal is expected to be finalized on Friday at a board meeting, according to the report.

Beamer took over the South Carolina program in 2021, a year after the Gamecocks went 2-8 and fired head coach Will Muschamp.

South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Shane Beamer during a game against the Clemson Tigers on November 26, 2022, at Clemson Memorial Stadium in Clemson, SC

South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Shane Beamer during a game against the Clemson Tigers on November 26, 2022, at Clemson Memorial Stadium in Clemson, SC
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In his first season at Columbia, Beamer led South Carolina to a 7-6 record and his first bowling alley appearance since 2018.

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In 2022, Beamer acquired former Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattlerwho threw for 3,012 yards in 13 games.

Beamer and Rattler defeated three top 25 teams, including No.5 Tennessee at home. The Gamecocks scored 63 points against the Vols, knocking Tennessee out of the college football playoff picture.

Head coach Shane Beamer of the South Carolina Gamecocks celebrates after defeating the Clemson Tigers at Memorial Stadium on November 26, 2022 in Clemson, SC

Head coach Shane Beamer of the South Carolina Gamecocks celebrates after defeating the Clemson Tigers at Memorial Stadium on November 26, 2022 in Clemson, SC
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More importantly, Beamer was able to end a seven-game losing streak a week later to in-state rival Clemson.

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South Carolina knocked down No. 8 Clemson on the road, 31-30, and finished the regular season ranked 19th in the country.

The South Carolina job is Beamer’s first as a head coach after the 45-year-old spent 21 years as an assistant coach at seven different FBS schools.

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