Florida releases contract details of its assistant football coaches
Florida offensive coordinator Charlie Weis has agreed to a three-year deal with the Gators with an annual base salary of $765,000 annually, according to documents released by the University Athletic Association on Friday.
Weis also received a $100,000 signing incentive upon execution of the contract, and will receive $10,000 annually from the school's Nike apparel contract. He is also entitled to a $100,000 increase on Feb. 1, 2012, based on the contract.
Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn agreed to a two-year deal, and will earn a base salary of $490,000, with a $10,000 Nike contract. He will receive a $20,000 raise on Feb. 1, 2012.
Receivers coach Aubrey Hill, tight ends coach Derek Lewis and defensive backs coach Travaris Robinson all received one-year contracts. Hill and Robinson will receive a base salary of $230,000, while Lewis will receive $190,000.
Defensive line coach Bryant Young will also receive $230,000 for two years.
All will receive $10,000 annually from the school’s Nike apparel contract.
Linebackers and special teams coach D.J. Durkin retained his previous salary of $240,000, which will run through Jan. 31, 2012.
The salaries don't include potential income gained from annuities, sports camps and clinics, housing benefits, speaking engagements and TV and radio programs and endorsements, which are not specifically noted in the contracts.
The difference between UF's overall assistant coaches' salaries in 2010 and 2011 is $295,000, and with a budgeted three percent increase in coaches' salaries, the total difference between Will Muschamp's staff and Urban Meyer's is $210,000.