A look at offensive coordinator contracts in the SEC
- by Doug Samuels 1 year ago
With Missouri offensive coordinator David Yost resigning yesterday, Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune, took a look at the salaries of offensive coordinators from around the SEC to see where Yost ranked among current play callers, and what kind of contract Mizzou may have to pony up to get a the right guy on board.
Yost's salary ranked eighth out of 13 SEC offensive coordinators last season, making $354,750.
Doug Nussmeier, Alabama: $590,000 three years
Jim Chaney, Tennessee: $550,000 three years
Greg Studrawa, LSU: $500,000 three years
Scot Loeffler, Auburn: $500,000 two years
Brent Pease, Florida: $490,000 three years
Paul Petrino, Arkansas: $475,000 one year
Kliff Kingsbury, Texas A&M: $400,000 three years
Randy Sanders, Kentucky: $338,000 two years
Mike Bobo, Georgia: $335,00 one year
Matt Luke, Ole Miss (co-coordinator): $285,000 three years
Les Koenning, Mississippi State: $275,000 two years
Dan Werner, Ole Miss (co-coordinator): $231,667 two years