Tony Franklin and Andy Buh are set to earn more than twice their predecessors, Jim Michalczik and Clancy Pendergast (respectively) earned in 2012. There's potential for them to earn even more with the bonuses in place for team performance.
Cal signed new football coordinators Tony Franklin and Andy Buh to three-year contracts that will pay them nearly double what their predecessors earned last season, according to documents released Friday by the athletic department.
Franklin, who is coach Sonny Dykes' offensive coordinator, is expected to earn at least $555,000 for the 2013 season. Buh, the Bears' defensive coordinator, stands to earn at least $505,000.
In 2012, offensive coordinator Jim Michalczik earned $294,600 and defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast was paid $245,000. Both were let go after head coach Jeff Tedford was fired following a 3-9 season.
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Track and Field
- Coach Dykes monitored a 49ers practice to ensure Harbaugh wasn't performing any satanic rituals, study team drills, analyze energy and intensity, and note players' responses to coaching.
- A three-part interview with DeSean Jackson discussing the Chip Kelly system, his upcoming documentary, and how he was raised by his parents and at Cal. [Warning: video autoplays in all links.]