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.