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Posted at 04:39 PM ET, 12/05/2011

A closer look at the three-year contracts for Maryland football assistants

Below are the details from the contracts of 11 of 12 Maryland football assistant coaches/staff members (the only one not received was that of offensive coordinator Gary Crowton), courtesy of a Freedom of Information Act request made by The Post’s Steve Yanda.

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All contracts are three-year contracts, which from our experience is rare for most assistant college football coaches. The contracts also contain a clause that stipulates that “termination shall occur in the event and on the day that Randy Edsall’s service as the Head Coach of the Team shall end.”

Andrew Wilson, head coach of the strength and conditioning program: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $140,000.

Todd Bradford, defensive coordinator: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $262,500. Bradford also receives annual guaranteed bonuses of $21,875 (radio and TV), $21,875 (personal appearances), $21,875 (fundraising) and $21,875 (apparel and equipment endorsements). The contract was drafted on 1-19-11 and signed by Bradford on 9-4-11. Bradford’s yearly salary is at least $350,000.

Tom Brattan, offensive line coach: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $168,750. Brattan also receives annual guaranteed bonuses of $14,063 each for radio/TV, personal appearances, fundraising and endorsements.

Keith Dudzinski, inside linebackers coach: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $150,000. Dudzinski also receives annual guaranteed bonuses of $12,500 each for radio/TV, personal appearances, fundraising and endorsements.

John Dunn, tight ends coach/recruiting coordinator: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $112,500. Dunn also receives annual guaranteed bonuses of $9,375 each for radio/TV, personal appearances, fundraising and endorsements.

Fran Foley, director of operations: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $110,000.

Greg Gattuso, defensive line coach: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $150,000. Gattuso also receives annual guaranteed bonuses of $12,500 each for radio/TV, personal appearances, fundraising and endorsements.

Lee Hull, wide receivers coach: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $131,250. Hull also receives annual guaranteed bonuses of $10,938 each for radio/TV, personal appearances, fundraising and endorsements.

Lyndon Johnson, special teams/outside linebackers coach: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $150,000. Johnson also receives annual guaranteed bonuses of $12,500 each for radio/TV, personal appearances, fundraising and endorsements.

Andre Powell, running backs coach: Three-year contract with an annual base compensation of $142,000 per year. Powell also receives annual guaranteed bonuses of $12,000 each for radio/TV, personal appearances, fundraising and endorsements.

Alan Weber, assistant strength and conditioning coach: Three-year contract with a base salary of $75,000 per year.

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