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1 hour ago, Snacks said:

That's a lot of many to coach amateurs who arent allowed to make damn dime.

The coach's salary is payment in kind to the players. 

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Reposting for an Fyi...

Orlando.  $1.7mill.  (2yrs left??)

Beck.        $790k    (1yr left??)

Hand         $650k.   (2yrs left)

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On 2/3/2019 at 10:42 PM, LTtxfan said:

A FootballScoop study found the top 10 highest-paid defensive backs coaches earn north of $400,000, but not as much as the 10 highest-paid offensive line coaches.

Behold, the latest in a series examining the biggest salaries for position coaches across major college football. Information courtesy of the USA Today coaching salary database and based on publicly available contracts.

  Top 10 highest-paid DBs coaches -- 2018

1. Charlton Warren, Georgia — $600,000
2. Craig Naivar, Texas@ — $500,000
2. Chris Partridge, Michigan@ — $500,0000
2. Paul Rhoads, UCLA — $500,000
5. Maurice Linguist, Texas A&M — $450,000
5. Keith Hayward, Oregon* — $450,000
5. Anthony Poindexter, Purdue* — $450,000
8. Mike Reed, Clemson — $440,000
9. Roy Manning, Oklahoma — $425,000
10. Anthony Campanile, Michigan — $415,000

* – Also a co-defensive coordinator
@ – Also a special teams coordinator

Other notes:

— The emphasis of this exercise is to study position coaches, not coordinators. That said, it bears mentioning that South Carolina’s Travaris Robinson ($1.2 million) is technically the highest-paid defensive backs coach in the country. We’re trying to find the price point for coaches whose primary responsibility is to coach cornerbacks and safeties, not call plays.

— Yet again, Alabama and Ohio State are nowhere to be found. The Buckeyes actually led this list in 2018 with Alex Grinch’s $1.158 million salary, and new hires Jeff Hafley and Matt Barnes have yet to have their salaries revealed. Alabama defensive backs coach Karl Scott, on the other hand, remains employed but nowhere close to the top 10 at just — “just” — $350,000 a year. No one coaching football for a living at the Power 5 level is underpaid, but if they were, Scott would have to be among the most underpaid coaches in the sport.

— Three new hires made the list in Georgia’s Charlton Warren, Michigan’s Anthony Campanile and Oklahoma’s Roy Manning.

— Oklahoma announced Manning’s salary on Jan. 30, bumping Michigan State’s Paul Haynes and LSU’s Corey Raymond from the list, who each made $410,000. Actually, that’s not true. Haynes made $410,002.

http://footballscoop.com/news/highest-paid-defensive-backs-coaches-college-football/

 

On 2/3/2019 at 10:56 PM, LTtxfan said:

As part of our ongoing series, FootballScoop has examined the 10 highest-paid special teams coordinators in college football. All information is based on publicly available information, primarily from the USA Today salary database.

10 Highest Paid Special Teams Coaches -- 2018

1. Craig Naivar, Texas — $500,000
1. Chris Partridge, Michigan — $500,000
3. Danny Pearman, Clemson — $480,000
4. Jovan Dewitt, Nebraska — $475,000
4. Coleman Hutzler, South Carolina — $475,000
6. James Shibest, Virginia Tech — $445,000
7. Jay Boulware, Oklahoma — $435,000
8. Jeff Banks, Alabama — $434,000
9. Shawn Slocum, Arizona State — $420,000
10. Andy Hill, Missouri — $418,000

Other notes:

— Almost every special teams coordinator also has positional responsibilities. Two who do not? Slocum and Hill. Both handle just special teams while serving as their respective team’s associate head coach.

— Positional responsibilities were evenly split amongst the remaining eight. Tight ends (Perman, Shibest, Banks) was the most popular position — and we’d bet is the most common across the entire sport — but safeties (Naivar, Partridge) and linebackers (Dewitt, Hutzler) also had multiple entrants. Boulware also coaches Oklahoma’s running backs.

http://footballscoop.com/news/highest-paid-special-teams-coaches-college-football/

If I were a residential real estate broker, i'd be calling the Naivars and speaking about the merits of listing their home while the market in Austin is still hot

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8 minutes ago, alphahorn said:

 

If I were a residential real estate broker, i'd be calling the Naivars and speaking about the merits of listing their home while the market in Austin is still hot

Warehime has special teams responsibilities for 2019 season...

https://texassports.com/roster.aspx?path=football#sidearm-roster-coaches

DEREK WAREHIME --SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR/TIGHT ENDS

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Minnesota coach PJ Fleck gets contract extended through 2026

Nov 5, 2019 

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Undefeated and 13th-ranked Minnesota has agreed with coach P.J. Fleck on a contract extension through the 2026 season, including an annual raise of more than 25% from his current salary and an eight-figure buyout for the first year to cover the university if he were to leave.

Fleck signed his new deal on Tuesday afternoon, delaying his regular weekly news conference by a half-hour. The contract, which is pending final approval by the Board of Regents, will pay Fleck $4.6 million in 2020 with a $50,000 raise scheduled for each season thereafter.

His prior deal from 2017, when he was hired away from Western Michigan, had him making $3.6 million this year. The original contract also called for a $1 million payment to Minnesota per remaining season on the deal if Fleck were to skip out, but now it would cost him $10 million to do so anytime before Dec. 31, 2020. Fleck did his best to put to rest any concern about him using the Gophers as a steppingstone to a more prominent program.

https://www.foxsports.com/college-football/story/minnesota-coach-pj-fleck-gets-contract-extended-through-2026-110519

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Riley can’t leave for the nfl with that salary. Who would want to deal with the Antonio Browns and baby sitting the egos in the league.

 

He rules the campus and can retire comfortably with a legacy like Mr. Stoops.

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 "Minor tweak" to Naivar's contract.  (Guessing a little extra 2019 money for his co-defensive coordinator title...)

 

Qz61aRe5_normal.jpeg  Brian Davis@BDavisAAS

Texas volleyball coach Jerritt Elliott also getting a raise, pushing his total comp to $470,000 for this season. Angela Kelly, Craig Naivar also getting minor tweaks to contracts.

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13 minutes ago, LTtxfan said:

 

 

 "Minor tweak" to Naivar's contract.  (Guessing a little extra 2019 money for his co-defensive coordinator title...)

 

Qz61aRe5_normal.jpeg  Brian Davis@BDavisAAS

Texas volleyball coach Jerritt Elliott also getting a raise, pushing his total comp to $470,000 for this season. Angela Kelly, Craig Naivar also getting minor tweaks to contracts.

Welp, I see a way for the Texas athletic department to save about $3,000,000 and improve the football team at the same time.

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5 hours ago, alphahorn said:

that article sucks, nothing about guarantees...

Huh??  Guess you didn't scroll down far enough @alphahorn,

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/sports/texas-sports-nation/college/article/A-closer-look-at-Texas-coach-Tom-Herman-s-13895223.php 

From article lots of detail:

The new deal brings Herman's total guaranteed compensation over the next five seasons (2019-2023) to $27.75 million. The base payments are somewhat unique in that Herman himself will receive an annual base salary of $3.5 million while his limited liability corporation, 1-0 Culture LLC, is due escalating payments beginning at $2.25 million in fiscal year 2019 and topping out at $3.25 million in fiscal year 2023.

The amended contract also includes two retention payments of $1 million.

• Corporate payments to 1-0 Culture LLC:

FY 2019: $2,250,000
FY 2020: $2,500,000
FY 2021: $2,750,000
FY 2022: $3,000,000
FY 2023: $3,250,000

• Total base salary:

FY 2019: $5,750,000
FY 2020: $6,000,000
FY 2021: $6,250,000
FY 2022: $6,500,000
FY 2023: $6,750,000

Herman can also earn up to $500,000 in bonuses if certain incentives are met, the juiciest of which is a $250,000 payment for winning the College Football Playoff championship game. Texas has missed the CFP every year since its inception in 2014 and has not played for a national title since the 2009 season.

• Incentives:

Team wins Big 12 championship game: $100,000

Team wins College Football Playoff championship game: $250,000
Team academic performance incentive: N/A
National coach of the year: $100,000
Big 12 coach of the year: $50,000

Herman was the Big 12's top earner and the nation's ninth-highest paid head coach last season, per USA Today's salaries database.

Edited by LTtxfan

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https://www.google.com/amp/s/sports.yahoo.com/amphtml/south-carolina-manager-removed-after-allegedly-fighting-man-dressed-up-as-a-fired-will-muschamp-234210564.html

A team manager for the South Carolina football team has lost his job after allegedly fighting a man dressed up as a fired Will Muschamp on Halloween.

Per the Post and Courier, Aubrey Walker was let go following his arrest Halloween night on charges of public disorderly conduct in a crosswalk in an entertainment district. Walker was allegedly upset with the costume of the man he fought, which included Muschamp’s gameday attire and a buyout check.

From the Post and Courier:

The Post and Courier obtained a photo of the costume. The man is dressed in Muschamp’s game-day attire, wearing all-black clothing with a headset and eyeglasses. He’s holding a giant check.

The check is in the amount of $18 million with “Buyout” written in the memo space (Muschamp’s buyout would be around $18.75 million if he were to be fired on Dec. 31). It is made out to “Will Muschamp” and signed by “Every Gamecock Fan.”

 

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Instead of "Winning is Hard".... Herman should say "Winning can be Profitable"

Bonuses: The following coaches picked up bonuses for wins on Saturday, as compiled by USA Today’s Steve Berkowitz :

Chuck Martin ($44,000); Chad Lunsford ($7,500); Blake Anderson, Arkansas State ($25,000); Justin Fuente ($50,000); Mike Norvell ($35,000); Jim McElwain ($7,500); Kirby Smart ($125,000); Gary Andersen ($50,000); Jay Hopson ($20,000); Luke Fickell ($20,000); Ed Orgeron ($250,000); Scott Satterfield ($100,000); Eli Drinkwitz ($25,000); Bryan Harsin ($25,000); Mario Cristobal ($350,000).

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19 minutes ago, LTtxfan said:

 

Just Adding to this thread...

 

What am I missing here? There's no way those numbers will be a problem for Bama's boosters if I'm reading it right.

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On 11/19/2019 at 8:50 PM, LTtxfan said:

Instead of "Winning is Hard".... Herman should say "Winning can be Profitable"

Bonuses: The following coaches picked up bonuses for wins on Saturday, as compiled by USA Today’s Steve Berkowitz :

Chuck Martin ($44,000); Chad Lunsford ($7,500); Blake Anderson, Arkansas State ($25,000); Justin Fuente ($50,000); Mike Norvell ($35,000); Jim McElwain ($7,500); Kirby Smart ($125,000); Gary Andersen ($50,000); Jay Hopson ($20,000); Luke Fickell ($20,000); Ed Orgeron ($250,000); Scott Satterfield ($100,000); Eli Drinkwitz ($25,000); Bryan Harsin ($25,000); Mario Cristobal ($350,000).

Updating this post for bonuses earned this past weekend

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/2019/12/09/college-football-every-bonus-earned-by-fbs-coaches-this-season/2627961001/

App State - Drinkwitz - $50,000
Boise St - Harsin - $100,000
Central Michigan - McElwain - $25,000 (MAC coach of the year - the lost the conf championship)
Cincinnati - Fickell - $25,000 (team ranked in the top 25)
Clemson - Dabo - $150,000 (plus $150,000 for making the playoffs)
Florida - Mullin - $100,000, making a NY6 bowl)
Florida Atlantic - J. Freshwater 
Georgia - Smart - $100.000 (making a NY6 bowl)
Hawaii - Rolovich - $20,000 (Mountain West coach of the year)
LSU - Ed O - $200,000 (plus $225,000 for making the playoffs)
Louisville - Satterfield - $50,000 (ACC coach of the year)
Memphis - Norvell - $160,000 (NY6 bowl + ranked in top 25)
Miam (OH) - Martin - $44,428 
Minnesota - Fleck - $50,000 (B1G coach of the year)
Ohio St - Day - $400,000 B1G champion, B1G coach of the year, playoffs
OUsux  - Riley - $225,000 B12 champ, top 5 + playoff
Oregon - Cristobal - $175,000 PAC 12 champ + NY6 bowl
PedoSt - Franklin - $100,00 NY6 bowl
Utah - Whittingham - $85,000 ranked top 25
Western Michigan - Lester $19,000 - 12 All-MAC team selection

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On 2/3/2019 at 9:22 PM, markstanco said:

UCLA seems like they like to give away monies.

Yes, and Rhoads managed to coach the worst performing DBs in the history of forever.

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https://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/salaries/football/assistant

2019 NCAAF ASSISTANT COACHES SALARIES
RK SCHOOL CONF COACH SCHOOL PAY TOTAL PAY MAX BONUS ASST PAY TOTAL
1 Louisiana State SEC Dave Aranda $2,500,000 $2,500,000 $150,000 $6,645,000
2 Clemson ACC Brent Venables $2,200,000 $2,201,500 $195,000 $7,410,000
3 Texas A&M SEC Mike Elko $2,100,000 $2,100,000 $280,000 $7,145,215
4 Auburn SEC Kevin Steele $1,900,000 $1,900,500 $515,000 $5,902,500
5 Florida SEC Todd Grantham $1,801,500 $1,801,500 $720,000 $5,752,000
6 Texas Big 12 Todd Orlando $1,710,000 $1,710,000 $95,000 $5,955,699
7 Alabama SEC Steve Sarkisian $1,550,000 $1,550,000 $312,000 $7,541,277
8 Arkansas SEC John Chavis $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $133,333 $4,925,000
9 Mississippi SEC Mike MacIntyre $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $200,000 $5,475,000
10 Michigan Big Ten Don Brown $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $683,333 $6,005,000
11 Tennessee SEC Jim Chaney $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $120,000 $6,985,000
12 Washington Pac-12 Jimmy Lake $1,400,016 $1,400,016 $91,000 $5,940,048
13 Oklahoma Big 12 Alex Grinch $1,400,000 $1,400,000 $280,000 $5,835,000
14 South Carolina SEC Travaris Robinson $1,200,000 $1,200,000 $115,000 $5,635,000
15 Alabama SEC Pete Golding $1,100,000 $1,100,000 $242,000 $7,541,277
16 Michigan Big Ten Josh Gattis $1,100,000 $1,100,000 $550,000 $6,005,000
17 Ohio State Big Ten Greg Mattison $1,100,000 $1,100,000 $420,750 $7,245,000
18 Baylor Big 12 Phil Snow $1,052,253 $1,052,253 -- --
19 Florida State ACC Kendal Briles $1,020,000 $1,020,000 $174,167 $5,106,583
20 Clemson ACC Tony Elliott $1,000,000 $1,001,500 $95,000 $7,410,000
21 Clemson ACC Jeff Scott $1,000,000 $1,001,500 $95,000 $7,410,000
22 Virginia Tech ACC Bud Foster $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $92,500 $3,670,000
23 Tennessee SEC Derrick Ansley $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $120,000 $6,985,000
24 South Carolina SEC Bryan McClendon $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $115,000 $5,635,000
25 Florida State ACC Harlon Barnett $980,000 $980,000 $170,833 $5,106,583
26 Texas Christian Big 12 Sonny Cumbie $975,437 $975,437 -- --
27 Wisconsin Big Ten Jim Leonhard $961,866 $961,866 -- $4,370,811
28 Georgia SEC James Coley $950,000 $955,500 $234,000 $6,212,935
29 Washington Pac-12 Pete Kwiatkowski $950,004 $950,004 $91,000 $5,940,048
30 Ohio State Big Ten Jeff Hafley $950,000 $950,000 $524,875 $7,245,000
31 Ohio State Big Ten Mike Yurcich $950,000 $950,000 $363,375 $7,245,000
32 Ohio State Big Ten Kevin Wilson $950,000 $950,000 $363,375 $7,245,000
33 Missouri SEC Derek Dooley $925,000 $925,000 $165,000 $4,729,500
34 Georgia SEC Sam Pittman $900,000 $905,000 $225,000 $6,212,935
35 Ohio State Big Ten Larry Johnson $900,000 $900,000 $344,250 $7,245,000
36 Mississippi SEC Rich Rodriguez $900,000 $900,000 $200,000 $5,475,000
37 Kentucky SEC Eddie Gran $875,000 $876,200 $145,833 $5,147,350
38 Iowa State Big 12 Jon Heacock $850,000 $850,000 $170,000 $4,236,600
39 Oregon Pac-12 Marcus Arroyo $825,000 $825,000 $130,000 $4,967,000
40 Utah Pac-12 Andy Ludwig $820,000 $820,000 $68,333 $4,140,000
41 Utah Pac-12 Morgan Scalley $820,000 $820,000 $68,333 $4,140,000
42 Texas A&M SEC Darrell Dickey $808,000 $808,600 $170,000 $7,145,215
43 California Pac-12 Tim DeRuyter $807,000 $808,500 $50,000 $4,084,100
44 Tennessee SEC Chris Rumph $805,000 $805,000 $120,000 $6,985,000
45 Tennessee SEC Will Friend $805,000 $805,000 $120,000 $6,985,000
46 Nebraska Big Ten Erik Chinander $800,000 $800,000 $320,000 $4,475,000
47 Iowa Big Ten Phil Parker $800,000 $800,000 -- $4,710,600
48 Alabama SEC Charles Kelly $800,000 $800,000 $176,000 $7,541,277
49 Missouri SEC Ryan Walters $800,000 $800,000 $165,000 $4,729,500
50 Louisiana State SEC Steve Ensminger $800,000 $800,000 $275,000 $6,645,000
51 Maryland Big Ten Scottie Montgomery $800,000 $800,000 $225,000 $3,690,000
52 Texas Big 12 Tim Beck $800,000 $800,000 $95,000 $5,955,699
53 Illinois Big Ten Rod Smith $800,000 $800,000 $294,000 $3,446,000
54 Indiana Big Ten Kalen DeBoer $800,000 $800,000 $141,667 $3,693,922
55 Iowa Big Ten Brian Ferentz $775,000 $775,600 -- $4,710,600
56 Wisconsin Big Ten Joe Rudolph $770,200 $770,200 -- $4,370,811
57 Oregon Pac-12 Andy Avalos $765,000 $765,000 $130,000 $4,967,000
58 Georgia SEC Dan Lanning $750,000 $755,500 $234,000 $6,212,935
59 Washington Pac-12 Bush Hamdan $750,000 $750,000 $91,000 $5,940,048
60 Alabama SEC Brian Baker $750,000 $750,000 $165,000 $7,541,277
61 Arizona State Pac-12 Rob Likens $750,000 $750,000 $135,000 $4,035,000
62 Oklahoma Big 12 Bill Bedenbaugh $750,000 $750,000 $140,000 $5,835,000
63 Georgia SEC Charlton Warren $725,435 $725,435 $210,000 $6,212,935
64 Michigan State Big Ten Mike Tressel $725,000 $725,000 $250,269 $4,902,552
65 Minnesota Big Ten Kirk Ciarrocca $720,000 $720,000 $145,000 $3,055,000
66 Tennessee SEC Kevin Sherrer $705,000 $705,000 $120,000 $6,985,000
67 Auburn SEC Rodney Garner $700,000 $700,500 $202,500 $5,902,500
68 South Carolina SEC Eric Wolford $700,000 $700,000 $115,000 $5,635,000
69 Nebraska Big Ten Troy Walters $700,000 $700,000 $280,000 $4,475,000
70 UCLA Pac-12 Jerry Azzinaro $700,000 $700,000 $100,000 $4,230,800
71 South Carolina SEC Dan Werner $700,000 $700,000 $115,000 $5,635,000
72 UCLA Pac-12 Justin Frye $700,000 $700,000 $100,000 $4,230,800
73 Penn State Big Ten Brent Pry $693,503 $693,503 -- --
74 California Pac-12 Peter Sirmon $677,500 $679,200 $50,000 $4,084,100
75 Purdue Big Ten Nick Holt $670,000 $670,000 $300,750 $3,535,000
76 Georgia SEC Dell McGee $650,000 $654,500 $210,000 $6,212,935
77 California Pac-12 Beau Baldwin $650,000 $651,500 $50,000 $4,084,100
78 West Virginia Big 12 Vic Koenning $651,000 $651,000 $95,000 $3,290,000
79 Texas Big 12 Herb Hand $650,000 $650,000 $95,000 $5,955,699
80 Oregon Pac-12 Joe Salave'a $650,000 $650,000 $130,000 $4,967,000
81 Iowa State Big 12 Tom Manning $650,000 $650,000 $130,000 $4,236,600
82 Maryland Big Ten Jon Hoke $650,000 $650,000 $225,000 $3,690,000
83 Alabama SEC Kyle Flood $650,000 $650,000 $143,000 $7,541,277
84 Louisville ACC Bryan Brown $650,000 $650,000 $97,500 $3,820,000
85 Louisville ACC Dwayne Ledford $650,000 $650,000 $97,500 $3,820,000
86 Alabama SEC Sal Sunseri $650,000 $650,000 $143,000 $7,541,277
87 NC State ACC Dave Huxtable $640,000 $640,000 $175,000 $3,795,000
88 Kentucky SEC Brad White $625,000 $625,000 $104,167 $5,147,350
89 Michigan Big Ten Ed Warinner $625,000 $625,000 $233,333 $6,005,000
90 Rutgers Big Ten John McNulty $625,000 $625,000 $152,083 $3,221,042
91 Iowa Big Ten Ken O'Keefe $625,000 $625,000 -- $4,710,600
92 Texas A&M SEC Josh Henson $604,615 $604,615 $105,000 $7,145,215
93 Florida SEC Billy Gonzales $601,500 $601,500 $240,000 $5,752,000
94 Florida SEC John Hevesy $601,500 $601,500 $240,000 $5,752,000
95 Kentucky SEC Vince Marrow $600,000 $600,900 $100,000 $5,147,350
96 Texas Tech Big 12 David Yost $600,000 $600,000 $200,000 $3,331,333
97 North Carolina ACC Phil Longo $600,000 $600,000 $100,000 $4,075,000
98 Oklahoma State Big 12 Jim Knowles $600,000 $600,000 $165,000 $4,210,000
99 North Carolina ACC Jay Bateman $600,000 $600,000 $100,000 $4,075,000
100 Texas A&M SEC Dameyune Craig $600,000 $600,000 $105,000 $7,145,215
101 Arizona Pac-12 Noel Mazzone $600,000 $600,000 $55,000 $2,990,000
102 Oregon Pac-12 Keith Heyward $600,000 $600,000 $130,000 $4,967,000
103 Mississippi State SEC Bob Shoop $600,000 $600,000 $50,000 $3,680,000
104 Ohio State Big Ten Tony Alford $600,000 $600,000 $229,500 $7,245,000
         

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104 Ohio State Big Ten Tony Alford $600,000 $600,000 $229,500 $7,245,000
105 Arkansas SEC Joe Craddock IV $600,000 $600,000 $133,333 $4,925,000
106 Georgia Tech ACC Brent Key $600,000 $600,000 -- $3,205,000
107 Oklahoma State Big 12 Kasey Dunn $600,000 $600,000 $152,500 $4,210,000
108 Louisiana State SEC Tommie Robinson $600,000 $600,000 $125,000 $6,645,000
109 Ohio State Big Ten Greg Studrawa $600,000 $600,000 $229,500 $7,245,000
110 Texas Tech Big 12 Keith Patterson $600,000 $600,000 $200,000 $3,331,333
111 Washington State Pac-12 Tracy Claeys $583,333 $583,333 $147,500 $3,463,790
112 Texas A&M SEC Elijah Robinson $583,000 $583,000 $105,000 $7,145,215
113 Oregon State Pac-12 Tim Tibesar $575,004 $575,004 $45,834 $3,100,056
114 Arizona State Pac-12 Danny Gonzales $575,000 $575,000 $131,500 $4,035,000
115 Oklahoma Big 12 Ruffin McNeill $575,000 $575,000 $115,000 $5,835,000
116 Clemson ACC Robbie Caldwell $570,000 $571,500 $95,000 $7,410,000
117 Michigan State Big Ten Brad Salem $563,000 $563,000 $194,192 $4,902,552
118 Michigan State Big Ten Dave Warner $562,001 $562,001 $193,847 $4,902,552
119 Arizona Pac-12 Marcel Yates $560,000 $560,000 $55,000 $2,990,000
120 Georgia SEC Glenn Schumann $550,000 $555,500 $195,000 $6,212,935
121 Georgia SEC Cortez Hankton $550,000 $555,500 $195,000 $6,212,935
122 Colorado Pac-12 Jay Johnson $550,000 $550,625 $105,769 $3,155,000
123 Washington Pac-12 Bob Gregory $550,008 $550,008 $91,000 $5,940,048
124 Washington Pac-12 Scott Huff $550,008 $550,008 $91,000 $5,940,048
125 Texas A&M SEC Jay Graham $550,000 $550,000 $105,000 $7,145,215
126 Kansas State Big 12 Scottie Hazelton $550,000 $550,000 $196,000 $3,475,700
127 Utah Pac-12 Jim Harding $550,000 $550,000 $45,833 $4,140,000
128 Virginia ACC Robert Anae $550,000 $550,000 $137,500 $3,400,000
129 Oklahoma State Big 12 Sean Gleeson $550,000 $550,000 $152,500 $4,210,000
130 Virginia ACC Nick Howell $550,000 $550,000 $100,000 $3,400,000
131 Michigan State Big Ten Jim Bollman $542,001 $542,001 $186,923 $4,902,552
132 Alabama SEC Jeff Banks $541,277 $541,277 $143,000 $7,541,277
133 Oklahoma Big 12 Cale Gundy $535,000 $535,000 $107,000 $5,835,000
134 Alabama SEC Charles Huff $525,000 $525,000 $115,500 $7,541,277
135 Rutgers Big Ten Andy Buh $525,000 $525,000 $43,750 $3,221,042
136 Texas Big 12 Stanley Drayton $525,000 $525,000 $95,000 $5,955,699
137 Kentucky SEC Jon Sumrall $525,000 $525,000 $87,500 $5,147,350
138 Alabama SEC Karl Scott $525,000 $525,000 $115,500 $7,541,277
139 Missouri SEC Brick Haley $515,000 $515,000 $165,000 $4,729,500
140 Missouri SEC Brad Davis $510,000 $510,000 $165,000 $4,729,500
141 Texas A&M SEC Terry Price $508,000 $508,000 $105,000 $7,145,215
142 Texas A&M SEC Bradley Dale Peveto $508,000 $508,000 $105,000 $7,145,215
143 Clemson ACC Danny Pearman $505,000 $506,500 $95,000 $7,410,000
144 Tennessee SEC Tracy Rocker $505,000 $505,000 $120,000 $6,985,000
145 Tennessee SEC David Johnson $505,000 $505,000 $120,000 $6,985,000
146 Clemson ACC Brandon Streeter $500,000 $501,500 $95,000 $7,410,000
147 Kentucky SEC Darin Hinshaw $500,000 $500,900 $83,333 $5,147,350
148 Colorado Pac-12 Tyson Summers $500,000 $500,625 $96,154 $3,155,000
149 Colorado Pac-12 Darrin Chiaverini $500,000 $500,625 $96,153 $3,155,000
150 Auburn SEC Larry Porter $500,000 $500,500 $158,750 $5,902,500
151 Oregon State Pac-12 Brian Lindgren $500,004 $500,004 $41,667 $3,100,056
152 Houston AAC Brandon Jones $500,000 $500,000 $93,750 $2,925,000
153 Ohio State Big Ten Al Washington $500,000 $500,000 $191,250 $7,245,000
154 Iowa Big Ten Seth Wallace $500,000 $500,000 -- $4,710,600
155 Auburn SEC Kenny Dillingham $500,000 $500,000 $165,000 $5,902,500
156 Kansas Big 12 Clint Bowen $500,000 $500,000 $150,000 $3,515,000
157 North Carolina ACC Tommy Thigpen $500,000 $500,000 $83,333 $4,075,000
158 Michigan Big Ten Chris Partridge $500,000 $500,000 $171,875 $6,005,000
159 Kansas Big 12 Les Koenning $500,000 $500,000 $150,000 $3,515,000
160 Kansas State Big 12 Courtney Messingham $500,000 $500,000 $180,000 $3,475,700
161 Texas Big 12 Craig Naivar $500,000 $500,000 $95,000 $5,955,699
162 Oklahoma State Big 12 Charlie Dickey $500,000 $500,000 $140,000 $4,210,000
163 Nebraska Big Ten Greg Austin $500,000 $500,000 $200,000 $4,475,000
164 Mississippi SEC Freddie Roach $500,000 $500,000 $105,000 $5,475,000
165 Arizona State Pac-12 Antonio Pierce $500,000 $500,000 $130,000 $4,035,000
166 UCLA Pac-12 Paul Rhoads $500,000 $500,000 $100,000 $4,230,800
167 Clemson ACC Mike Reed $495,000 $496,500 $95,000 $7,410,000
168 NC State ACC Des Kitchings $492,500 $492,500 $137,500 $3,795,000
169 NC State ACC George McDonald $492,500 $492,500 $137,500 $3,795,000
170 Virginia Tech ACC Brad Cornelsen $490,000 $490,000 $85,000 $3,670,000
171 Louisiana State SEC James Cregg $485,000 $485,000 $75,000 $6,645,000
172 Florida State ACC Odell Haggins $482,000 $482,000 $85,333 $5,106,583
173 Florida SEC Greg Knox $476,500 $476,500 $190,000 $5,752,000
174 Georgia SEC Tray Scott $470,000 $475,500 $195,000 $6,212,935
175 South Carolina SEC Coleman Hutzler $475,000 $475,000 $115,000 $5,635,000
176 Florida State ACC Randy Clements $475,000 $475,000 $42,500 $5,106,583
177 Nebraska Big Ten Jovan Dewitt $475,000 $475,000 $190,000 $4,475,000
178 Oklahoma Big 12 Jay Boulware $470,000 $470,000 $94,000 $5,835,000
179 Oklahoma Big 12 Shane Beamer $470,000 $470,000 $94,000 $5,835,000
180 Kentucky SEC John Schlarman $465,000 $465,900 $77,500 $5,147,350
181 Michigan State Big Ten Ron Burton $462,001 $462,001 $159,231 $4,902,552
182 Purdue Big Ten Anthony Poindexter $460,000 $460,000 $161,000 $3,535,000
183 Cincinnati AAC Mike Denbrock $460,000 $460,000 $41,667 $2,710,000
184 Louisiana State SEC Corey Raymond $460,000 $460,000 $75,000 $6,645,000
185 Oklahoma Big 12 Dennis Simmons $460,000 $460,000 $92,000 $5,835,000
186 Texas A&M SEC Maurice Linguist $458,000 $458,000 $105,000 $7,145,215
187 Washington Pac-12 Ikaika Malloe $455,004 $455,004 $91,000 $5,940,048
188 Florida SEC Ron English $451,500 $451,500 $180,000 $5,752,000
189 Florida SEC Larry Scott $451,500 $451,500 $180,000 $5,752,000
190 Florida SEC Brian Johnson $451,500 $451,500 $180,000 $5,752,000
191 Kentucky SEC Michael Smith $450,000 $450,750 $75,000 $5,147,350
192 Auburn SEC Travis Williams $450,000 $450,500 $152,500 $5,902,500
193 Georgia Tech ACC Andrew Thacker $450,000 $450,000 -- $3,205,000
194 Mississippi SEC Derrick Nix $450,000 $450,000 $105,000 $5,475,000
195 Indiana Big Ten Kane Wommack $450,000 $450,000 $110,000 $3,693,922
196 UCLA Pac-12 Dana Bible $450,000 $450,000 $100,000 $4,230,800
197 Florida SEC Torrian Gray $450,000 $450,000 $181,500 $5,752,000
198 Tennessee SEC Tee Martin $450,000 $450,000 $108,000 $6,985,000
199 Florida State ACC Mark Snyder $450,000 $450,000 $82,500 $5,106,583
200 Mississippi SEC Jacob Peeler $450,000 $450,000 $105,000 $5,475,000
201 Kansas Big 12 D.J. Eliot $450,000 $450,000 $135,000 $3,515,000
202 Houston AAC Joe Cauthen $450,000 $450,000 $84,375 $2,925,000
203 Alabama SEC Holmon Wiggins $450,000 $450,000 $99,000 $7,541,277
               

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Thx for above tweet @Hiphopopotamos  

 

Reposting Texas staff 2019 info below for reference...

For 2019 Season....

Orlando.  $1.7mill.  (2yrs left)

Beck.        $790k    (1yr remaining)

Hand         $650k.   (2yrs left)

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Posted (edited)

Yrrrrcich made $950k plus bonuses at tOSU in 2019...   DAMN!!

 

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Tim Beck went from $790k per year at Texas, to $700k per year at NC State.... Happy for Coach Beck finding a decent gig.

"Athletics spokesman Fred Demarest said Beck is set to make $700,000 annually for two years with the Wolfpack."

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/28405413/tim-beck-joins-nc-state-offensive-coordinator-texas-demotion

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Just my thought, (if stuff with Herman goes "underperforming")

Texas should put some thought in look at stealing PJ Fleck from Minnesota...

 

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Report: Rutgers landed offensive coordinator Sean Gleeson with a record breaking deal. 

https://footballscoop.com/news/report-rutgers-landed-offensive-coordinator-sean-gleeson-with-a-record-breaking-deal/  

Gleeson signed a three-year deal in Piscataway that makes him the highest paid assistant coach in program history, according to NJ.com.  The report shares that Gleeson will make a $805,000 in his first season (a program record), followed by $855,000 in 2021 and $905,000.

For some perspective – Jim McNulty, who served as offensive coordinator on Chris Ash’s staff last season, made $625,000.

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2020 Staff

 

NAME TITLE PREVIOUS STOP ANNUAL SALARY
Sam Pittman Head Coach Georgia – OL $3 million – 5 years
OFFENSE      
Kendal Briles Offensive Coordinator Florida State – OC $1 million
Brad Davis Offensive Line Missouri – OL $550k
Justin Stepp Wide Receivers Arkansas – WRS $400k
Jon Cooper Tight Ends UCF – TES $300k
Jimmy Smith Running Backs Georgia State – RB $225k
DEFENSE      
Barry Odom Defensive Coordinator Missouri – Head Coach $1.2 million
Rion Rhoades Linebackers Hutchinson CC (JC – KS) – HC $225k
Derrick LeBlanc Defensive Line Kentucky – DL $450k
Scott Fountain Special Teams Coordinator Georgia – STC $450k
Sam Carter Corners Missouri – Defensive QC $225k
SUPPORT      
Pat Doherty DFO Georgia – Offensive QC $150k
STRENGTH      
Jamil Walker Head Strength and Conditioning Georgia – Associate S&C  
Ed Ellis Assistant S&C Coach Georgia – Senior Associate Director of S&C
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23 hours ago, LTtxfan said:

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2020 Staff

 

NAME TITLE PREVIOUS STOP ANNUAL SALARY
Sam Pittman Head Coach Georgia – OL $3 million – 5 years
OFFENSE      
Kendal Briles Offensive Coordinator Florida State – OC $1 million
Brad Davis Offensive Line Missouri – OL $550k
Justin Stepp Wide Receivers Arkansas – WRS $400k
Jon Cooper Tight Ends UCF – TES $300k
Jimmy Smith Running Backs Georgia State – RB $225k
DEFENSE      
Barry Odom Defensive Coordinator Missouri – Head Coach $1.2 million
Rion Rhoades Linebackers Hutchinson CC (JC – KS) – HC $225k
Derrick LeBlanc Defensive Line Kentucky – DL $450k
Scott Fountain Special Teams Coordinator Georgia – STC $450k
Sam Carter Corners Missouri – Defensive QC $225k
SUPPORT      
Pat Doherty DFO Georgia – Offensive QC $150k
STRENGTH      
Jamil Walker Head Strength and Conditioning Georgia – Associate S&C  
Ed Ellis Assistant S&C Coach Georgia – Senior Associate Director of S&C

...so is piggy not gonna put safeties on the field or will they just do whatever they like? I mean, either way it's not like they will make much of a difference.

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6 minutes ago, HOOK'EMHOOAH said:

...so is piggy not gonna put safeties on the field or will they just do whatever they like? I mean, either way it's not like they will make much of a difference.

Odom coached safeties for 3yrs at Mizzu, so maybe double duty as DC and safeties coach??  

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Auburn: Defensive coordinator Kevin Steele’s new deal at Auburn is for 3-years and worth $2.5 million annually, making him the highest paid defensive coordinator in college football according to a tweet from Chris Low.

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Drinkwitz’s inaugural staff at Mizzou below. 

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NAME TITLE SALARY
Eli Drinkwitz Head Coach / Offensive Coordinator $4 million
OFFENSE    
Marcus Johnson Offensive Line $500k
Casey Woods Tight Ends / Recruiting Coordinator $310k
Bush Hamdan Quarterbacks / Wide Receivers $550k
Curtis Luper Running Backs $550k
DEFENSE    
Ryan Walter Defensive Coordinator / Safeties $800k
Brick Haley Defensive Line $625k
DJ Smith Linebackers $350k
Charlie Harbison Associate HC / Defensive Backs $415k
David Gibbs Secondary $420k
SPECIAL TEAMS     
Erik Link Special Teams Coordinator $425k
STRENGTH    

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