AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Auburn offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey is set to make at least $800,000 annually under a three-year deal.
The university released the details of contracts for Lindsey and fellow first-year assistants Larry Porter and Greg Brown on Wednesday. The three were hired early this year but Auburn hadn't disclosed contract details.
Lindsey's deal includes a $100,000 retention bonus for completing each regular season. He would owe Auburn the balance of his contract if he takes another job other than a head coach at the FBS or FCS level. Porter and Brown both got two-year deals.
Porter is Auburn's tight ends coach. He'll make $400,000 annually with a $50,000 retention bonus each year. Brown, the Tigers' secondary coach, is scheduled to make $375,000 annually plus a $25,000 bonus for each season completed.
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