Georgia assistants receive raises, including a massive increase for Glenn Schumann
Georgia gave all of its on-field assistants raises, including co-defensive coordinator Glenn Schumann, who more than doubled his salary after he received interest from other college programs, and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, who was promoted from an analyst position, is set to make a total of $1 million as the replacement for Todd Monken. Bobo is also still receiving a salary from Auburn. Schumann went from $805,000 to $1,900,000.
As Georgia has reached the back-to-back national championships, Schumann is one of 2 remaining original assistant coaches who were hired by head coach Kirby Smart when he began at Georgia in 2016. Running backs coach Dell McGee has also been on the staff since the beginning.
Other raises include:
Tight Ends Coach Todd Hartley: $650,000 to $850,000.
Offensive Line Coach Stacy Searels: $650,000 to $750,000.
Defensive Line Coach Tray Scott: $750,000 to $800,000.
Running Backs Coach Dell McGee: $800,00 $850,000.
Outside Linebackers Coach Chidera Uzu-Diribe: $450,000 to $500,000.
Secondary Coach Fran Brown: $750,000 to $800,000.
Wide Receivers Coach Bryan McClendon: $700,000 to $750,000
Head Strength and Conditioning coach Scott Sinclair: $450,000 to $550,000.
Other staff salaries were also released:
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Jordan Barber: $110,000.
Assistant Strength and Conditioning coach Lonnie Brown: $135,000.
Assistant Director of Player Development: Austin Chambers $85,000.
Director of Recruiting Relations: David Cooper $170,000.
Assistant Director of Football Operations and Recruiting: Anna Courson $70,000.
Director of Creative Services: Chandler Eldridge $95,000.
Director of Football Technology: Jeremy Klawsky $135,000.
Assistant Athletic Director/Director of Football Operations: Neyland Raper $205,000.
Quality Control Coordinator Offense: Montgomery VanVorder $90,000.
H/T Anthony Dasher.
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Schumann, it would appear, is the heir apparent of the defense. After Muschamp moves on (whenever that may be), the DC slot will be his and his alone.
I’m not sure Muschamp really wants to move on. After not one(1) but two(2) failed head coaching gigs(that made him rich from the buyouts) $$$$$ is less important than doing something Will enjoys doing and excels at. I can see him in Athens for a long while, as he and his wife are happy there. Happiness has no price.
“Happiness has no price.”
especially when you are a millionaire many times over. The rumor is that Muschamp has been frugal and a very aggressive investor, he very well could already be the wealthiest member on the coaching staff, in the Athletic Department, among alumni, in Athens etc etc etc
Schumann is running the show on defense. Muschamp is there to recruit.
That’s how I interpret the huge raise that puts Schumann in the top tier of college DC’s – that both UGA and Schumann plan on being together for a while.
Maybe, probably, hopefully – Muschamp is planning on staying at UGA long-term in his current role. He’s making almost a $1,000,000.00/year and was already a wealthy man. One son plays for UGA and the other is headed to Vandy. His wife is from Georgia and he has lots of connections to Georgia. Maybe Muschamp is done with the rat race that is upward mobility, maybe he is enjoying being worth millions while making millions, living in his home state, coaching at his alma mater, being an integral part of college football’s premier football program, a flexible, plug-in-where-needed component on the coaching staff, a recruiting guru etc.
I’m okay with that. In fact I hope Coach Boom sticks around to help scheme, coach, and recruit – things he is very good at.
Additionally, I would also interpret Schuman’s new deal with UGA as going forward Schuman will only be interested in HC opportunities.
Much like what happened at Bama when Saban doubled Smart’s pay and publicly stated that Kirby shouldn’t make another lateral move.
Schuman is young and making big time money. What’s the harm if Schuman stays in the UGA DC role another 3,4,5 years racking up SEC titles, NC’s, putting dozens of players in the NFL etc
But keep having 10-2 seasons and the Vols can move up to being a mid program lol lol
Lol – you misspelled Viles.
lol – you gotta love it with the posers try to act like they are something other than posers
That’s right – Shutup!
The job pays well.
Pay the man, keep him happy. May prove to be CKS 2.0 as a DC.