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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    I'd like to take this opportunity to remind everyone (Well, not everyone. Just the JP haters) that this is an area that has improved greatly since Jamie Pollard took over. I hate to think of how many good assistants Mac lost because he could not pay them enough. This is just a important as the head coach's salary IMO.



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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    Quote Originally Posted by intrepid27 View Post
    I'd like to take this opportunity to remind everyone (Well, not everyone. Just the JP haters) that this is an area that has improved greatly since Jamie Pollard took over. I hate to think of how many good assistants Mac lost because he could not pay them enough. This is just a important as the head coach's salary IMO.

    Agreed. Lets hope wins come, so we can keep increasing their salaries.



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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    They made it sound as if they are getting a lot more than Chizik's staff, but the difference is less than $40k. Also, our assistant staff was good when Chizik first started out, but it has fallen back down into the lowest 4th of the conference again in short order.



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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    How many of the old staff are we still paying and how much?



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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    All of them except Chizik and maybe Rodgers, IIRC.

    Pelton, Pearson--coaching HS in Alabama, I believe (along w/ Raney)
    Koonz--at Texas, pretty sure he took a pay cut so we're making up the difference
    Mac and Bolt--pretty sure they're just hangin around.
    Boulware--at Auburn, not sure on his salary. Might not be paying him if he's making more down there.


    Rodgers went to the Broncos, not sure what his salary is or if we're paying him. Peterson took a job at U South Dakota coaching QBs I believe, but was fired before Chizik left so I think we cut him off completely (could be wrong about that part).



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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    Bolt was hired at Auburn. Director of NFL relations, I believe. Fountain is also down there, as well as Boulware.



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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    Quote Originally Posted by clone2011 View Post
    All of them except Chizik and maybe Rodgers, IIRC.

    Pelton, Pearson--coaching HS in Alabama, I believe (along w/ Raney)
    Koonz--at Texas, pretty sure he took a pay cut so we're making up the difference
    Mac and Bolt--pretty sure they're just hangin around.
    Boulware--at Auburn, not sure on his salary. Might not be paying him if he's making more down there.


    Rodgers went to the Broncos, not sure what his salary is or if we're paying him. Peterson took a job at U South Dakota coaching QBs I believe, but was fired before Chizik left so I think we cut him off completely (could be wrong about that part).
    Thought I read somewhere on here that he took a job on the Auburn Office staff?


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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    Forgot about Bolt joining the office staff, and forgot about Fountain. Probably still paying Bolt a significant amount though--doubt he's raking in $250K on the office staff.



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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    The ISU guys who I believe went to Auburn were Jay Boulware, Scott Fountain (Football Operations), Wayne Bolt (Football Relations), Dustin Landry and Gabe Rodriguez (GAs).


    Last edited by CrossCyed; 06-24-2009 at 11:03 PM.

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    Re: ISU Assistants Stepping Up in Salary

    It was reported that Bolt was going to make somewhere around 90K so we would owe him the diference for another year. I believe everyone else was on a 1 year contract except for MacFarland. If I remember correctly those contracts expired in July so we should be done paying everyone except for the 2 coordinators.

    If you go off resumes and past performance the additonal $17,500 we are paying Wally over Bolt looks like a steal.



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