WSU's Wulff to make $600,000 per season
Paul Wulff, new Washington State football coach, will make $600,000 per year under the five-year contract he recently signed. WSU announced Friday the...
Seattle Times staff reporter
Paul Wulff, new Washington State football coach, will make $600,000 per year under the five-year contract he recently signed.
WSU announced Friday the outline of the agreement, which includes $200,000 in base pay, $350,000 in collateral payment (such items as media shows and a shoe contract) and $50,000 in deferred payment. The contract runs through Dec. 12, 2012.
Wulff can earn the following bonuses: $75,000 for appearance in a BCS bowl game, $25,000 for a non-BCS bowl game, $50,000 for a Pac-10 championship, $25,000 for Pac-10 coach of the year and $50,000 for national coach of the year.
Wulff will get a $100,000 bonus if the Cougars finish No. 1 in the final Associated Press rankings, $50,000 if they are in the top 10 and $25,000 if ranked 11-25. There also are unspecified financial incentives based on the academic performance of the team.
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