Contract details were recently revealed for new Tennessee offensive coordinator Joey Halzle in a report shortly after he was promoted from his former position of quarterbacks coach by the Volunteers.

According to the report from Adam Sparks of The Knoxville News, Hall’s promotion was official before the Orange Bowl matchup against Clemson. His new deal includes a raise from $400,000 in 2022 to $850,000 annually as offensive coordinator. That includes a $290,000 base salary plus $560,000 in supplemental pay.

His contract also was extended 2 years and is set to expire in January 2026.

The move is a good one considering the amount of offensive success the Vols had in 2022 as quarterback Hendon Hooker and wide receiver Jalin Hyatt ascended to national notoriety and are set to be some of the highest picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. It’s a trend they will hope to continue into the 2023 season.