USC Coach Will Muschamp, Assistants Get Big Pay Raise

Jan 1 2018 Tampa FL USA South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Will Muschamp looks on during the second half against the Michigan Wolverines in the 2018 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Muschamp era in SC got off to a so-so start as the Gamecocks finished the season 6-7 overall, 3-5 in conference play and lost the Birmingham Bowl to a mid-major squad in the South Florida Bulls.

He was not doing anything impermissible, Tanner said, but since the camp participants were a recruitable age, then he couldn't be involved with the SC program. "To be where we ended up this year was a great place to be in, in 24 months".

BC-FBC-South Carolina-Contracts, 130South Carolina's Muschamp gets 6-year, $28.2 million dealEds: APNewsNow.

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SC has played in back-to-back bowl games, winning the Outback Bowl this year. "I always want to be connected to this university no matter what". Now, he'll take a big jump up to a salary of $4.2 million. The figure increased to $5.1 million with Friday's approval by the board.

Muschamp got his coaching start as a graduate assistant at Auburn in 1995. After two seasons in Lexington, he moved on to the University of Florida, where he was placed in charge of quality control for the offense in 2013, working primarily with the wide receivers, and for the defense in 2014, working with the defensive backs under Coach Muschamp. All the other USC assistants received two-year deals. Newly hired quarterbacks coach Dan Werner will be paid $500,000 per year. Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp also added the NCAA-approved 10th assistant coach by promoting Kyle Krantz. He will work with special teams and also help with linebackers and nickel backs.

Strength and conditioning coach Jeff Dillman received a pay increase from $400,000 annually to $425,000 annually.

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