Cam Cameron to get 20% pay cut; other salaries will be rubber-stamped Friday
BATON ROUGE - Salaries for some LSU Football coaches will be rubber-stamped at the LSU Board of Supervisors meeting Friday.
The governing body of the university will discuss the contracts of Jeffrey Grimes, Ed Orgeron, Cam Cameron, Dameyune Craig and Jabbar Juluke. Both Craig and Juluke are new to the squad.
Cameron's contract extension comes with a 20% reduction from his $1.5 million deal to $1.2. Cameron is the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach.
Grimes will make $525,000 in a new contract offer, a 31% increase. Similarly, Orgeron is getting a 33% increase. His new deal is worth $600,000. Grimes is the offensive line coach/running game coordinator. Orgeron is the defensive line coach.
Craig, the wide receivers coach, will take home $550,000 while Juluke will earn $265,000 as the running backs coach.
Already, it has been released that Dave Aranda, the new defensive coordinator, will earn $1.2 million.
Head Coach Les Miles earns $4.3 million a year. His contract ends December 2019.
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