Indianapolis – Purdue football coach Jeff Brom’s contract benefits include a $ 1,250-a-month car allowance, net income from the program’s sports camps, and up to $ 20,000 a year in Nike goods.
That means the average annual salary for the eight-year contract is $ 300,000, the maximum performance bonus is $ 2.52 million and additional compensation is $ 3 million to $ 5 million a year.
Those are some of the most lucrative reminders in the Bright Contract that some of the eighth best coaches in the NCAA Division I football team are:
Over the years, through public records requests, Kalish has collected contracts for head coaches at the College of Football.
Since I am an employment lawyer, I will then analyze the contract, summarize it, present it and then rate it in terms of salary, duration, pay, gold parachute, more (and more) in terms of a good contract. ”Says Kalish.
The 50-year-old Broh (according to Kalish, from the best contract in the country) is part of a list of the top ten, Dabo Swinny, Klimson. Nick Saban, Alabama; Steve Sarkishian, Texas; Lincoln Riley, Oklahoma; Ryan Day, Ohio State; Mel Tucker, Michigan State; Kyle Whittenham, Utah; Brom; Brett Bilma, Illinois; And Scott Frost, Nebraska.
The only Indiana coach to make the list of 97 is Mike New, the 92nd best contract player in the United States. Kalish has requested a public record for Indiana coach Tom Allen’s contract but has yet to receive it.
When it comes to annual compensation only, Allen is ahead of you, USA Today reported in November. Brohm earns $ 4.8 million compared to Allen’s $ 4.9 million.
After a 14-7 win over the last two seasons, Allen created a new deal with an increase of $ 1 million.
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Personal Details – What is most important?
Brooke “respectfully” went to IndyStar’s request to comment on the rankings through Matt Rector, communications director at Purdue Football.
While the record in Purdu, 19-25, does not seem to confirm his lucrative contract, he is not the worst coach in the top 10.
Michigan State of Tucker, ranked sixth by contract in 2019, went 5-5 in Colorado and went 2-5 in the first season of the school. Newly-hired Illinois coach Biema was ninth on the list, 29-28, the last college coach in Arkansas from 2013-17. And in the 10th round, the Nebraska Frost has a 12-20 record.
The two top contracts since Brohm were hired in 2017 are the most successful records, with Swinini, 51-5 and Saban, 51-4 coaches.
In assigning the contracts, Kalish considered seven factors: benefits, annual compensation, bonus opportunities, contract length, purchases made by the coach, the golden parachute provisions fired by the coach, and academic performance of the academy and off-field team problems.
The final list is personal, Kalish believes, because different people value different things.
“Is total compensation necessary? Yes, too much. But that is not all. ” Some may consider general compensation to be the most important thing, while others may find it to be the most important.
Swine (for example, No. 1) has an average annual salary of $ 245,000, compared to Brom’s $ 300,000. However, Swini’s annual additional compensation is $ 5.5 million to $ 7.3 million a year over the 10-year contract, and Brom’s $ 3 to $ 4.5 million over seven years.
More bells and whistles
Broch came to the wild from Western Kentucky in 2017. As part of his original contract, Purdue agreed to pay up to $ 900,000 (in the form of a loan) when he terminated his contract with Western Kentucky.
Your money will remain on Purdue every year, and the remaining $ 150,000 will be forgiven. When he came to West Lafete, he received a $ 35,000 mobile allowance.
As part of the contract, the Broch family will receive a package of sports tickets, including tickets for eight football matches, eight set tickets and 25 tickets for business.
Broch will receive two low-level arena tickets for basketball games, two low-season arena tickets for women’s basketball games and two season tickets for volleyball games.
Benefits / Records of Advanced Coaches
1. Clemson Bread Swine, from 55-5: With Club membership cleared up to $ 10,000 per year and at least two vehicles replaced every 12 months.
2. Alabama Nick Saban, 51-4-two cars from 2017, 34 tickets for each home game, Skybox, Country Club membership, 25 hours for non-commercial private jets.
3. Texas’ Steve Sarkishian, 46-35 (not trained since 2015): Two decent vehicles, club membership, spouse and children travel to games, one set for home football games, six tickets for all other sports, 20 (hours) (Year) private jet use; The university will pay $ 250,000 for the previous employer’s purchase.
4. From 2017 Oklahoma Lincoln Riley, 45-8: Department-assigned vehicle, 35 hours a year by private jet, playing rights at two local golf courses.
5. Ohio State Ryan Day, 23-2 Starting 2017: $ 1 million a year from the University, $ 1,200 a month for vehicle payments, 12 low-pitched tickets to Ohio Stadium, five press booth testimonials for home games, Ohio Stadium Collection for friends and Family, two-season parking parks, two tickets for the men’s basketball game, recruitment on a private jet, 50-hour private jet use for private travel, golf course membership.
6. Michigan State Mail Tucker, 7-12: Couple and Children Course Credit Credit, Two-Vehicle Use, Country Club Membership, Four Seats on the Program Team Plane and Two Hotel Rooms for Any Post-Football Game. Group seats for coaching spouse and dependent children, use private jets for 25 hours per year for private travel.
7. Utah Kyle Whittenham, 30-16: Free education for children, 50% tuition for grandchildren until death Season tickets, private stadium box for all home games, eight men’s basketball season tickets.
8. Jeff Brom, 19-25: Family membership at the club, $ 1,250 per month for car allowance, net income from sports camps, up to $ 20,000 per year for Nike merchandise, eight season tickets for football matches and eight tickets for a total of 25 tickets. For business use, two lower arena season tickets for basketball games, two lower arena season tickets for women’s basketball games, two season tickets for volleyball games, family trips abroad, $ 35,000 mobility allowance, Pur Purdu’s plan for employment purposes.
9. Illinois ” Brett Blema, in her last college coaching career in Arkansas: a decent vehicle and a $ 8,000-a-year vehicle, with a cost of up to $ 50,000, a family club membership, a collection of home football games. , Two VIP parking near the stadium, 20 regular season tickets, 20 tickets for each soccer game, four season tickets for basketball and volleyball games and one VIP parking for those games, the spouse can travel with the coach as needed.
10: Nebraska Scott Frost, 12-20 20 Private flight hours for personal use, reasonable transfer costs.
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