Offensive line coach Brad Davis lands big raise to leave Arkansas for LSU
Brad Davis couldn’t pass up the opportunity to come home.
The offensive line coach likely couldn’t pass up this pay raise, either.
The Baton Rouge native left Arkansas last week to replace former LSU offensive line coach James Cregg and now we have the details of the contract Davis landed to leave Fayetteville.
Davis was given a three-year contract extension, many assistant coaches in college football are lucky to get two-year deals, with an average salary of $830,000, according to Brody Miller of The Athletic.
Davis was set to make $550,000 at Arkansas this season. Prior to landing at Arkansas, Davis was the offensive line coach at Missouri under Barry Odom. Davis also previously served as the offensive line coach at Florida.
Following Davis’ decision to leave Arkansas, Sam Pittman moved tight ends coach Cody Kennedy to the position of offensive line coach in Fayetteville.