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Originally published October 19, 2009 at 5:03 PM | Page modified October 19, 2009 at 7:52 PM

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Pac-10 assistant football coaches' salaries

Bucking up Pac-10 assistant football coaches' salaries: Arizona Total full-time assistants: $1,534,900. Offensive coordinator Sonny Dykes...

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Pac-10 assistant football coaches' salaries:

Arizona

Total full-time assistants: $1,534,900.

Offensive coordinator Sonny Dykes: $278,125.

Defensive coordinator Mark Stoops: $281,014.

Lowest-paid assistant: $95,000.

Arizona State

Total full-time assistants: $1,482,000.

OC Rich Olson: $206,500.

DC Craig Bray: $206,500.

Lowest-paid assistant: $90,000.

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California

Total full-time assistants: $1,458,000.

OC Andy Ludwig: $248,000.

DC Bob Gregory: $230,000.

Lowest-paid assistant: $105,000.

Oregon

Total full-time assistants: $1,525,000.

OC Mark Helfrich: $203,600.

DC Nick Aliotti: $240,000.

Lowest-paid assistant: $130,100.

Oregon State

Total full-time assistants: $1,199,232.

OC Danny Langsdorf: $156,912.

DC Mark Banker: $225,000.

Lowest-paid assistant: $120,000.

UCLA

Total full-time assistants: $1,868,750.

OC Norm Chow: $300,000.

DC Chuck Bullough: $310,000.

Lowest-paid assistant: $130,000.

Washington

Total full-time assistants: $2,035,032.

OC Doug Nussmeier: $275,004.

DC Nick Holt: $600,000.

Lowest-paid assistant: $110,004.

Washington State

Total full-time assistants: $1,120,000.

OC Todd Sturdy: $150,000.

Co-DC Chris Ball: $170,000.

Co-DC Jody Sears: $140,000.

Lowest-paid assistant: $100,000.

Notes:

• Salaries provided by Pac-10 public schools; as private schools, USC and Stanford are not required to release salaries.

• Salaries include only guaranteed compensation. Assistants routinely receive additional money from camps and incentives for bowl games.

Bud Withers

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