Assistant Coaches Find Bigger Paychecks, Shorter Leashes In Changing Industry
By Dave Glenn and Staff
January 3, 2005 When Norm Chow made $165,000 as N.C. State’s offensive coordinator in 2000, he was one of the highest-paid assistant coaches in college football. Just four years later, the same salary would rank third or fourth among assistants at many of the nation’s top programs, and it might not crack the top 100 nationally….
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