Clemson football assistants receive over $1 million in raises


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The Clemson Board of Trustees approved salaries increases for the Clemson football coaching and support staff on Friday.

Defensive coordinator Brent Venables will receive a $75,000 raise and will earn $1,425,000 in 2016. Venables oversaw a defense that led the nation in tackles for loss.

The biggest boosts go to co-offensive coordinators Jeff Scott and Tony Elliott. The first year coordinators led an offense that finished 16th in scoring offense (38.5 points per game) and 11th in total offense (514. 5 yards per game). Elliott and Scott each received $400,000 in their first year last season, but will get a raise to $625,000.

In total, the nine assistants will receive salaries that will total $5.3 million in 2016, up from $4.215 million last year.

CONTRACT EMPLOYEES      New Salary	2015 Salary  
DC Venables, Brent	1,425,000	1,350,000 
OC Scott, Jeff		625,000		400,000	
OC Elliott, Tony	625,000		400,000

Position Coaches
Brooks, Dan     	450,000		355,000	
Caldwell, Robbie        465,000		355,000
Hobby, Marion 		500,000		415,000
Streeter, Brandon       375,000		275,000
Pearman, Danny	        435,000		355,000
Reed, Mike		400,000		310,000

Total:			$5,300,000	$4,215,000

Support Staff
Batson, Joey		360,000
McCorvey, Woody		270,000
Scott, Brad		225,080
Davis, Jeff		155,082
Dooley, Mike		165,000
Turnipseed, Thad        170,000
Bassett, Daniel         86,000
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does this mean we will miss the NCAAT again
Snowtown®
yes we will. but the 2 things seem unrelated.***
JohnFBell®
But only on the surface .....
Rocky the Tiger®
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CUYankee
We kinda wish you would have, too. Less time for you to be
Rocky the Tiger®
What does Clemson pay STS and TigerNet ...
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Tiger Sniff®
What a great guy Dabo is to work for
Bleedorange09
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MaukaTiger®
BV should've gotten more imo
xtiger
Re: BV should've gotten more imo
Coren77®
Most underpaid guy on that list. No doubt.***
Rocky the Tiger®
poor guy, it's hard to make a living these days***
Neal in NC®
They have a family to feed !!!!***
Rocky the Tiger®
Awesome!!! Why Would Any Coach Want To Go Anywhere ? ----
Xander5000
All raises and contract extensions are well deserved and have been earned.***
wueagle86®
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CTEAM
BV got his big bump last round... It was Scott/Elliot's time***
SOLOS®
Hopefully there are verbals understanding are something in writing that will
wueagle86®
Great job coaches!
Forever Clemson®
Thank You Sweet Jesus. Now nail Dabo's foot to the floor!***
Tickled Orange
thats pretty good jack, top to bottom***
ATL PAW MAN®
I would take half of Pearman's salary
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