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    Can someone give me the breakdown of our coaches and how long their contract runs through:

    Hud
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    Quote Originally Posted by anhil8tor View Post
    Can someone give me the breakdown of our coaches and how long their contract runs through:

    Hud
    Marlin
    Broadhead
    Robe
    Lotief
    Hud- 12/31/2020
    Marlin- 3/31/2020
    Robe- 12/31/2020
    Brodhead- 3/31/2018
    Lotief- ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeauxLouisiana View Post
    Hud- 12/31/2020
    Marlin- 3/31/2020
    Robe- 12/31/2020
    Brodhead- 3/31/2018
    Lotief- ???
    This is what I found as well. Couldnt find much on Lotief's contract.

    Hud - base 175k, premium is 775k (increases by 50k each year starting 1/1/15)
    Marlin - base 180k, premium is 275k (increases by 25k each year starting in 4/1/16)
    Robe - base 125,580, premium is 30k
    Brodhead - base 135k, premium is 12k

    Guaranteed pay is base plus premium. This excludes all bonuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wcd35 View Post
    This is what I found as well. Couldnt find much on Lotief's contract.

    Hud - base 175k, premium is 775k (increases by 50k each year starting 1/1/15)
    Marlin - base 180k, premium is 275k (increases by 25k each year starting in 4/1/16)
    Robe - base 125,580, premium is 30k
    Brodhead - base 135k, premium is 12k

    Guaranteed pay is base plus premium. This excludes all bonuses.
    It's a crying shame to see Robe's salary so low.

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    Guarantee baseball brings in more revenue and net revenue than either basketball teams. No doubt same for softball vs wbb.


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    Quote Originally Posted by no1cajunfan View Post
    It's a crying shame to see Robe's salary so low.
    To give you an idea, Whitting with Houston makes 300k which was highest in AAC when agreed a couple years ago. It's tough to find baseball salaries outside of more of the SEC and power teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by no1cajunfan View Post
    It's a crying shame to see Robe's salary so low.
    Like everything market sets the price

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    Quote Originally Posted by no1cajunfan View Post
    It's a crying shame to see Robe's salary so low.
    Two way street. He signed off on the contract with that amount, so he must be good with it.

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    Seems like Broadhead should be extended no?

    Also Robe was the highest paid coach at one time and still may be. You can't really find info on it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wcd35 View Post
    This is what I found as well. Couldnt find much on Lotief's contract.

    Hud - base 175k, premium is 775k (increases by 50k each year starting 1/1/15)
    Marlin - base 180k, premium is 275k (increases by 25k each year starting in 4/1/16)
    Robe - base 125,580, premium is 30k
    Brodhead - base 135k, premium is 12k

    Guaranteed pay is base plus premium. This excludes all bonuses.
    Robe got a boost in 2015, base 125,580K, 30K media, 30K annual annuity deposit. He's right at 200K. Plus incentives

    http://www.theadvocate.com/acadiana/...8bd0c3566.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by wcd35 View Post
    This is what I found as well. Couldnt find much on Lotief's contract.

    Hud - base 175k, premium is 775k (increases by 50k each year starting 1/1/15)
    Marlin - base 180k, premium is 275k (increases by 25k each year starting in 4/1/16)
    Robe - base 125,580, premium is 30k
    Brodhead - base 135k, premium is 12k

    Guaranteed pay is base plus premium. This excludes all bonuses.
    Why should Marlin be making $275???? How many times have we made the dance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajunfan96 View Post
    Why should Marlin be making $275???? How many times have we made the dance?
    He's making 180 + 275 + 50k (2 years of standard bumps), so 505k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunT View Post
    Robe got a boost in 2015, base 125,580K, 30K media, 30K annual annuity deposit. He's right at 200K. Plus incentives

    http://www.theadvocate.com/acadiana/...8bd0c3566.html
    The numbers I had were from that contract. Just didnt list the annuity deposit as you pointed out or incentives. He had a 60k signing bonus as well. He's hit quite a few incentives over the life of the contract

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    Bob Marlin is the recipient of money basketball has earned as a whole. Somehow he's smart enough into getting into a profession where mediocrity is rewarded. Robe, not so much.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    Bob Marlin is the recipient of money basketball has earned as a whole. Somehow he's smart enough into getting into a profession where mediocrity is rewarded. Robe, not so much.
    .......l.Don't know the amount but there can be substantial bucks from the many camps that are put on each year......anybody have a cost for attendance???.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    .......l.Don't know the amount but there can be substantial bucks from the many camps that are put on each year......anybody have a cost for attendance???.
    5 or 6 camps x $225 x 40, or 50 campers. Plenty of expenses for each camp. Nobody is getting wealthy.

    Coach Sully at UF has the richest baseball contract. $1.25 million +++.
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/gator...extension.html

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    If y'all are curious here is the Sunbelt Coaches Salaries.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin9221 View Post
    If y'all are curious here is the Sunbelt Coaches Salaries.
    Saw this yesterday. How ridiculous?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dad04 View Post
    5 or 6 camps x $225 x 40, or 50 campers. Plenty of expenses for each camp. Nobody is getting wealthy.

    Coach Sully at UF has the richest baseball contract. $1.25 million +++.
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/gator...extension.html
    Just so you understand: it's been said Robe should get more, and I agree. Marlin income while carrying a huge deficit against the department is way out of wack to Robe as a percentage to income. If basketball wasn't such a successful sport nationwide Marlin could not get such a large salary compared to generated ticket revenue.

    I'm saying screw the national salary as a reason to overpay BM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    .......l.Don't know the amount but there can be substantial bucks from the many camps that are put on each year......anybody have a cost for attendance???.
    Almost all camp money goes to the unpaid volunteer assistants

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