The details for Craig Johnson as Indiana’s new running backs coach have been revealed.

Dustin Dopirak of the Bloomington Herald-Times reported on Monday that Johnson will make $500,000 annually. Broken down, he will receive $350,000 in base salary and $150,000 in outside marketing and promotional income.

There is also a bonus structure worked into Johnson’s contract.

Indiana released a statement on Monday morning, making Johnson’s hiring official.

“I want to welcome Craig, his wife, Darlene, and their daughters, Shelby and Sydney, to the IU Football family,” Allen said. “Craig is the total package. His experience and character fit our culture perfectly and will benefit greatly the young men in our program.”

Johnson spent the past two seasons working as an analyst at Maryland. Prior to his role with the Terrapins, Johnson spent the previous 20 years in the NFL working with quarterbacks and running backs. Most recently, he was the running backs coach for the New York Giants from 2014-19.

“I am thrilled to be at Indiana University,” Johnson said. “I plan to bring a wealth of knowledge both on and off the field. It has been a blessing to have worked with some of the best football athletes at the collegiate and professional levels, and we are looking forward to great success at IU. Go Hoosiers!”