Matt Lubick's promotion from wide receivers coach to offensive coordinator of the Oregon Ducks came with a nice bump in pay.
Lubick made $362,416 last season, which will bump up to $600,000 for the 2016 season. That puts him well above the $400,000 that new defensive coordinator Brady Hoke will earn this fall, but not for long. Hoke will get a boost to $700,000 per season in his second season, while Lubick's pay remains the same, taking the title of highest-paid Oregon assistant for 2017.
Lubick became the offensive coordinator after previous OC Scott Frost left to become head coach at UCF. Frost made $750,000 last season.