Florida defensive coordinator Dan Quinn among several coaches with pay increases
Florida defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, LB/speical teams coordinator D.J. Durkin, and running backs coach Brian White all received pay raises, according to new contracts for the coaches, released by the University Athletic Association today.
Quinn, who is in his second season with the Gators will receive a base salary of $510,000, an increase of $20,000. He also received an $80,000 signing bonus, and is eligible for an $80,000 retention bonus on or about Jan. 31, 2014.
Durkin, who did not receive a raise in his last contract, will now earn an annual salary of $340,000, up from $240,000.
And White, who is in his fourth season with the Gators, will earn $290,000 - an increase of $50,000.
The coaches' pay increases were all agreed upon earlier this year.
All coaches also receive other benefits, including a $10,000 stipend from the Gators' Nike contract, a vehicle and income from football camps.
Both Durkin and Quinn have contracts that run through 2014, while the remaining assistants run through 2013.
As previously reported, first-year offensive coordinator Brent Pease will earns a base salary of $490,000. He also received a $100,000 signing bounus and will receive a $100,000 bonus at the end of both the 2013 and 2014 seasons if he's still with the program.
First-year offensive line coach Tim Davis will earn $275,000 this season. DB coach Travaris Robinson and DL coach Bryant Young each earns $230,000 annually.