The contract details for incoming Indiana offensive coordinator Kalen DeBoer have been revealed.
Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star tweeted out some of the details of DeBoer’s contract with the Hoosiers. His deal will run through the 2021 season and provide him a base salary of $500,000 with a supplemental income of $300,000.
In total, DeBoer’s salary will be $800,000 on an annual basis. There are also performance-based bonuses that could push that total closer to $1 million.
Kalen DeBoer's contract to coordinate Indiana's offense runs through 2021, with provisions built in for extensions as necessary.
Base salary of $500,000, plus supplemental income totaling $300,000, which brings total salary to $800,000. #iufb
— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) January 30, 2019
According to Osterman, there are also built-in provisions to DeBoer’s contract that will allow for extensions, when necessary.
DeBoer comes to Indiana from Fresno State, where he spent the last two seasons. Last year, the Bulldogs finished the season 11-2 and averaged over 35 points per game.
DeBoer replaces former offensive coordinator Mike DeBord, who served in the position at Indiana for two seasons once Tom Allen was promoted to head coach.