Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason is set receive a contract extension in the near future.
The school announced Thursday that it was working on a new contract for Mason.
Mason, who was hired in 2014, has gone 13-24 in three seasons with the Commodores. After 3-9 and 4-8 seasons in 2014 and 2015, Vanderbilt went 6-7 in 2016, which included a bowl game appearance for the first time since 2013.
Contract details have not been revealed. Mason signed a four-year deal when he was hired.
According to the USA Today coaches salary database, Mason was the 44th highest-paid coach in college football in 2016 with a $2,556,877 million salary.
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