Ohio State assistant coaches Brian Hartline and Tony Alford will see significant pay bumps as part of their new contracts with the football team. Eleven Warriors reported the details on Wednesday.

Both Hartline and Alford received new titles during the offseason, leading to the pay increases. Hartline will be the passing game coordinator and Alford will be the run game coordinator.

Hartline’s new contract will pay him $950,000 for the upcoming season. That’s a $350,000 raise from last year’s base salary. Alford is set to make $750,000 for the 2022 campaign. Last year, he was on contract to make $618,000.

The contracts are part of two-year deals at Ohio State.

Last season, the Buckeyes finished with an 11-2 record thanks to one of the most explosive offensive attacks in the country. Ohio State is looking to reclaim its spot atop the B1G and return to the College Football Playoff in 2022.

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