The Numbers Are In: Coaches' salaries released
|Monday, January 12, 2015 5:49 PM- -|
CLEMSON – Defensive coordinator Brent Venables' defense finished the season ranked number one nationally in total defense, and his efforts were rewarded with a $475,000 raise.
Venables made $875,000 last season, but signed a four-year extension recently that bumped his pay to $1,350,000. The contract runs through 2018. The departure of offensive coordinator
Chad MorrisChad Morris Swinney promoted
Jeff ScottJeff Scott
Offensive Coordinator / QBs
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Asst. Coach (WR) / Recruiting Coord.
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Assistant Coach / Running Backs
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Venables made $875,000 last season, but signed a four-year extension recently that bumped his pay to $1,350,000. The contract runs through 2018.
The departure of offensive coordinator
Chad MorrisChad Morris
Jeff ScottJeff Scott
Dan BrooksDan Brooks
Assoc. Head Coach / Def. Tackles
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Assistant Coach / Offensive Line
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Assistant Head Coach / Tight Ends
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Co-Defensive Coordinator / Defensive Ends
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Assist. Coach / Defensive Backs
View Full Profile made $285,000 last season and was bumped to $310,000.
New quarterbacks coach Brandon Streeter has been signed for $275,000.
After paying the assistants $4.42 million last season, the school will pay out $4.215 this season. All of the assistants were signed to new two-year contracts, except for Venables, who received the four-year deal.
Dan Brooks - $355,000
Robbie Caldwell - $355,000
Tony Elliott - $400,000
Marion Hobby - $415,000
Danny Pearman - $355,000
Mike Reed - $310,000
Jeff Scott - $400,000
Brandon Streeter - $275,000