Just a late FYI on new linebackers coach Warren Belin... he'll be making $190,000 this year -- about $27k per year more than John Jancek earned last year -- and is on the same one-year deal that all other non-Grantham assistants are on.
Here's the complete run-down of coaching salaries for 2010, assuming no raises for the holdovers from last year's staff (which is what I was told by UGA sports information).
| Willie Martinez ||325,815|| Todd Grantham ||750,000|
| Mike Bobo ||325,000|| Mike Bobo ||325,000|
| Stacy Searels ||290,000||Stacy Searels||290,000|
| Rodney Garner ||290,000|| Rodney Garner ||290,000|
| Jon Fabris ||202,241|| Warren Belin ||190,000|
| John Lilly ||165,480|| John Lilly ||165,480|
|Tony Ball ||165,480|| Tony Ball ||165,480|
|John Jancek||163,000|| Scott Lakatos ||180,000|
| Bryan McClendon ||90,000||Bryan McClendon ||90,000|
Overall, that's a 21 percent increase in coaching salaries for Georgia's assistants over what they were making in 2009, which is certainly none too shabby. Of course, that number is almost entirely based on the fact that Grantham is now earning double what Georgia's highest-paid coach was a year ago. All of that should be a reminder that Grantham's hiring represented an exception, not a large-scale change in how UGA does business.
*Note: All salaries listed are base salaries, not including any bonus or endorsement money. You can find all coaching salaries from the 2009 season HERE.