Alabama Football Coaches Reportedly Get $1.27M In Bonuses For Championship Win

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The Alabama football coaching staff is in for a big pay day.

After winning the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on Monday night, the Crimson Tide coaches will reportedly receive a whopping $1.27 million in bonuses, according to Darren Rovell of ESPN.

The biggest bonus may not go to the coach you think, however.

Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban will receive a $100,00 bonus, but that is topped by defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt, who is set to take over as head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers, and offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.

Pruitt will receive a $234,000 bonus, while Daboll earns $216,000.

Other coaches bringing home six-figures are co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Tosh Lupoi, and co-offensive coordinator Mike Locksley.

The full breakdown of the bonuses can be seen below:

  • $234,000: Jeremy Pruitt, DC
  • $216,000: Brian Daboll, OC
  • $171,000: Tosh Lupoi, Co-DC, LB
  • $108,00: Mike Locksley, Co-OC
  • $100,000: Nick Saban, HC
  • $96,300: Scott Cochran, Strength Coach
  • $88,200: Burton Burns, RB
  • $72,000: Brent Key, OL
  • $67,500: Joe Pannunzio, ST/TE
  • $49,500: Karl Dunbar, DL