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Tresey’s salary $190,000
Posted Mar 4, 2009 by Brett McMurphy
Updated Mar 5, 2009 at 05:12 PM
University of South Florida’s new defensive coordinator Joe Tresey will receive a $190,000 salary, USF assistant AD Chris Freet said.
Tresey will make $30,000 less than former USF defensive coordinator Wally Burnham made last season ($220,000) when Burnham was USF’s highest paid assistant. Tresey’s deal, like all of USF’s assistants, is a one-year deal.
New wide receivers coach Phil McGeoghan will receive $80,000.
That leaves $400,000 out of the $1.35 million assistants pool for 2009-10 for Leavitt to divide between the new linebackers coach plus whatever raises he gives to new offensive coordinator Mike Canales and the other remaining five assistant coaches.