Florida’s assistant coaches will all be making more money in the coming seasons. Through a public records request, the school made their contract details available on Friday.
Offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier will jump from making $540,000 last season to making $832,725 the next two seasons. The considerable raise comes after Nussmeier received his second $300,000 payment from his former employer, Michigan, last season. The payment resulted from Nussmeier's contract being bought out when Wolverines head coach Brady Hoke was fired in December 2014. The two-year extension runs through the 2018 season.
Defensive line coach Chris Rumph will get a $100,000 bump, from $490,000 last season to $590,000 the next three seasons. He was the only assistant extended through the 2019 season.
Tight ends coach and special teams coordinator Greg Nord jumped from $390,000 to $410,000 and was extended through 2018.
Wide receivers coach Kerry Dixon jumped from $275,000 to $290,000 and was also extended through 2018.
And linebackers coach Tim Skipper moved from $440,000 to $446,000 and was also extended through 2018.
All assistant coaches also make $10,000 per year from the school’s apparel contract with Nike.
In late july, the school also announced the contract details for its other assistant coaches. Randy Shannon, the former head coach at the University of Miami who was named Florida’s defensive coordinator after coaching its linebackers the past two seasons, made a considerable jump in his new role from $490,000 to $890,000.
New running backs coach JaJuan Seider will make $335,000 this season and $345,000 next season, while new offensive line coach Brad Davis and new defensive backs coach Corey Bell will each make $290,000 in 2017 and $315,000 in 2018.