GAINESVILLE, Fla. (CBSMiami) – The University of Florida used to be about competing for national championships, but now, a 7-6 record is good enough to earn you a contract extension.

According to the Sporting News, Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp received a one-year contract extension that will keep him in Gainesville through the 2016 season.

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The extension however doesn’t come with a pay raise since Muschamp is already making $2.75 million.

“Coach Muschamp’s original contract was for five years with an option year,” UF wrote in a statement. “The UAA exercised that option year in January and he now has five years remaining on his current contract.”

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Muschamp had rough go of it in his first season trying to replace Urban Meyer. The Gators offense struggled as it transitioned away from the spread-option run by Meyer. The defense was solid, but unspectacular through the year.

But Muschamp made up for the lack of wins with a stellar recruiting class rated in the top 10 of all major recruiting services.

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Now, Muschamp must translate all of that talent into wins on the field in a hurry, because 7-6 in consecutive seasons won’t cut it with the Gainesville faithful.