Nebraska coach Mickey Joseph has reportedly agreed to restructure the Cornhuskers coach’s temporary contract after the program recently sacked Scott Frost.
source said Sports IllustratedRoss Dillinger says Joseph has agreed to restructure the contract with assurances that he will be retained if there is a change in major training. Joseph has served as the Cornhuskers’ assistant head coach and wide reception coach this season.
Before accepting the deal, Joseph did not ask for the condition of retaining his role even through a change of training, according to SIRichard Johnson. new joseph a necklace It will pay him a monthly stipend of $33,350 in addition to his annual salary of $600,000.
His new contract also comes with a series of incentives, most notably a $150,000 bonus if he leads the Cornhuskers to a college football playoff game. If Nebraska wins or draws the Big Ten West title without “invitation or appearance” In a league conference championship game, the program will pay Joseph $100,000.
News of Joseph’s new deal comes after he entered the interim round of the Cornhuskers’ 49-14 loss to Oklahoma on Saturday. per ESPNthe Sooners’ 35-point victory margin is the largest in the series since 1990.
As Nebraska (1-3) continues its search for the program’s next long-term coach, Joseph will seek to make the necessary changes to his team during farewell week before returning to play against Indiana on October 1.
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