The Washington Post

Virginia Tech football ranks 23rd in the country in staff compensation

USA Today came out with its yearly college football coaches’ salary database this week, and because Virginia Tech Coach Frank Beamer could be considering staff changes following the worst season the Hokies have endured in 20 years, we should take note of some figures.

According to the list, Virginia Tech ranked 23rd in the country, and third in the ACC behind Florida State and Clemson, in terms of total coaches’ compensation during the 2012 season. Beamer, meanwhile, was only the fifth-highest paid coach in the conference after earning approximately $2.428 million this year.

Virginia Tech was also 25th in the country in terms of net money earned by the football program. Below you’ll find a complete list of how much money each Virginia Tech assistant coach earned in 2012, according to USA Today.

Bud Foster $502,762

Bryan Stinespring $362,230

Mike O’Cain $257,776

Charley Wiles $249,554

Curt Newsome $217,653

Kevin Sherman $208,490

Torrian Gray $207,527

Shane Beamer $202,527

Cornell Brown $202,527

Total assistant pay: $2,411,046

Mark Giannotto is a Montgomery County native who covers high school sports for The Washington Post. He previously covered Virginia and Virginia Tech football for five years.

The Freddie Gray case

Please provide a valid email address.

You’re all set!

Campaign 2016 Email Updates

Please provide a valid email address.

You’re all set!

Get Zika news by email

Please provide a valid email address.

You’re all set!
Show Comments
Most Read


Success! Check your inbox for details.

See all newsletters

Close video player
Now Playing