Last week, Michigan added Boston College defensive coordinator Anthony Campanile to its staff. Now, the contract details for the newcomer to the Wolverines’ staff have been revealed.

According to MLive.com, Campanile has signed a two-year deal worth $415,000 per year. His specific title is still up in the air, though he is expected to coach either the linebackers or safeties.

Campanile replaces former Michigan linebackers coach Al Washington, who left Ann Arbor to join Ryan Day’s staff at Ohio State. Defensive line coach Greg Mattison is also now with the Buckeyes.

Washington made $350,000 per year.

Campanile was at Boston College for the last three seasons, coaching defensive backs and becoming the team’s co-defensive coordinator prior to the 2018 season. Prior to BC, Campanile was an assistant coach at Rutgers.