It is reported that Mark Whipple had a $476,000 last year as the offensive coordinator of the Pittsburgh Panthers.
Well according to Mitch Sherman it sounds like Whipple is going to make a few more dollars as Nebraska offensive coordinator.
Nebraska offensive coordinator Mark Whipple will receive $875,000 this year, making him the highest-paid coordinator in school history, and $900,000 in 2023.— Mitch Sherman (@mitchsherman) January 14, 2022
As Sherman said, he’s now the highest paid coordinator in Nebraska football history. I truly expect that to be short lived as we should expect that Nebraska’s defensive coordinator, Erik Chinander, should expect to make over $1 million this coming season.
He earned it and is probably been sought after by several programs.
SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!
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16 in a row.
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Butler's mission: peace.
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“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.
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The Best Things I Saw On The Internet This Week
I'm again reminded of Norm Macdonald's brilliant 'roast' of Bob Saget as we've lost both comedic geniuses in less than four months.pic.twitter.com/nWNs5ky4rb— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) January 10, 2022
Marines perform boarding exercises with jetpacks and land on a high-speed ship pic.twitter.com/yGh3FDon6H— RuralLiberal (@HiraethResists) January 6, 2022
I’ve watched this 19 times this morning. pic.twitter.com/zsdt4vN7DU— Tashy McTashface (@TashP351) January 7, 2022