Salaries for Ohio State’s coaching staff for 2019 has been released, and the university will spend around $200,000 more for assistants than it did a year ago.
Ohio State released the figures for the 2019 coaching staff on Monday. Only one assistant will be making over $1 million this year, with defensive coordinator Greg Mattison earned a base salary of $1.1 million. That’s a pay bump from his time in Michigan when he was the defensive line coach.
Last year, Greg Schiano and Ryan Day each earned over $1 million as assistants on Urban Meyer’s staff.
Ohio State assistant coaches base salaries for 2019: Greg Mattison $1.1m; Tony Alford $600k, Matt Barnes $350K, Brian Hartline $345K, Jeff Hafley $950K, Larry Johnson $900K, Greg Studrawa $600K, Al Washington $500K, Kevin Wilson $950K, Mike Yurcich $950K. Info is from OSU.
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Here are some other figures for assistant coaches on Ohio State’s staff:
- Kevin Wilson – $950,000
- Mike Yurcich – $950,000
- Jeff Hafley – $950,000
- Larry Johnson – $900,000
- Greg Studrawa – $600,000
- Tony Alford – $600,000
- Al Washington – $500,000
- Matt Barnes – $350,000
- Brian Hartline – $345,000
In total, Ohio State will spend $7.245 million on its assistant coaches in 2019. Last year, the school spent $7.06 million.
Day will make $4.5 million for the 2019 season in his first year as head coach of the Buckeyes.