Florida football coaches earn raises, contract extensions
Florida's football coaches' payroll has incrased by $275,000 from last season, according to contracts released by the University Ahtletic Association today.
Second-year offensive coordinator Brent Pease will earn a base salary of $590,000 in a contract that runs through 2015. That's a $100,000 raise. He will also earn $100,000 annually each January beginning in 2014 as a longevity bonus.
Offensive line coach Tim Davis, also in his second season, received a raise of $25,000 and will earn a base salary of $300,00. HIs contract runs through 2014.
Special teams/OLB coach Jeff Choate, who was hired last month, will earn a base salary of $290,000.
-- Lawing, the former defensive line coach at South Carolina, will earn $390,000 in base salary,
-- D.J. Durkin, the former special teams coordinator and linebackers coach who was promoted earlier this year to defensive coordinator, will earn a base salary of $490,000. That's a raise of $150,000 from his previous salary, which was increased in 2012.