Florida released the contract details for its three newest football coaches on Tuesday, with the biggest news being that offensive coordinator Brent Pease has signed a three-year deal with the Gators.
The former Boise State offensive coordinator was hired in January to replace Charlie Weis, who left the program in December after one season. Pease’s contract is for 0,000 annually.
Florida released Pease’s contract along with those for offensive line coach Tim Davis and director of strength and conditioning Jeff Dillman in response to a Freedom of Information request from the Orlando Sentinel.
Pease also received a 0,000 signing bonus and will receive the same amount in longevity bonuses after the second and third years of the contract. He also receives a ,000 equipment supplement from Nike and the use of a dealer car.
Pease’s annual salary matches that of defensive coordinator Dan Quinn but is significantly less than Weis’ deal. The veteran coach signed a three-year, .6 million contract at Florida, making him the highest-paid assistant coach in program history. He left to take the head coaching job at Kansas after a 6-6 regular season at Florida.
Davis signed a one-year contract for 5,000 in February. It also includes the same Nike supplement and dealer car as Pease’s contract.
Davis replaced Frank Verducci, who left the program after one season but did not immediately take another job.
Dillman was hired as the program’s director of strength and conditioning in January and oversees Florida’s weight training program for all sports, with a focus on football. He has a two-year contract for 5,000 annually. It also includes ,000 from Nike and use of a dealer car.
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