conradb42

January 10th, 2018 at 2:46 PM ^

Looks like Enos is WR/Asst coach. He must be getting paid still from Arkansas, like Fisch was from Jags. Otherwise not sure how he'd accept that little. Jay makes $250k

joeyb

January 10th, 2018 at 2:58 PM ^

To me, that is an indicator that there is an unofficial part to the negotiation that he will immediately get bumped to OC once Pep leaves, but they don't want to do it until that's official.

rainingmaize

January 10th, 2018 at 5:48 PM ^

Jim Harbaugh respects both of them enough that he doesn't want to fire them outright. He may have told them that they plan on moving in a different direction, but he's keeping them on staff until they get new jobs. That way it doesn't show potential employers that they were not fired. I imagine that if they don't have new jobs by a certain date, they will be demoted.

1VaBlue1

January 10th, 2018 at 2:47 PM ^

Looks like Enos is looking at the OC job.  No way he sign's for $150K, not even as just the WR coach.  That would be too big of a pay cut considering he could be an OC somewhere else and make much more than that.

1VaBlue1

January 10th, 2018 at 2:54 PM ^

This ax'd my edit!  LOL!!  But thanks for making this good point, I hadn't considered this aspect.

I was going to add that it appears that Drevno is looking elsewhere for something, and Enos is just waiting it out as professional courtesy.  Pep is expected to depart by several insiders, and that hasn't changed in weeks.

ska4punkkid

January 10th, 2018 at 3:04 PM ^

His comment is not a good point. You wouldn't walk into a new job with them telling you "look we normally pay $100k for your new position but since you're getting $25k severance from your old job we're just gunna pay you $75k, It's basically the same thing right?"

 

NO ONE would be ok with that. You want as much money as you can get ALWAYS ALWAYs ALWAys ALWays ALways Always always

Mr Miggle

January 10th, 2018 at 5:58 PM ^

$700K his second. He would have gotten the same amount of money if we paid him $700K both years. The only difference would have been $500K coming out of Harbaugh's pool for assistants instead of from the Jags.

The reason for the higher amount if he's named a coordinator is that the offset amounts have to be reasonable. Brian Smith was making $150K so we can say that's an assistant coach's salary here. It wouldn't fly if he's a coordinator.

LSAClassOf2000

January 10th, 2018 at 3:26 PM ^

When I first decided to be an active user here in early 2011, one of the things I absolutely hated was when I would post a reply, think of something else, be in the process of adding it, only to find out that it had been since replied to and all those changes were down the drain. Now, it doesn't matter to me as I can edit anyone's replies and it doesn't matter if I goof on the first try. 

Killer Khakis

January 10th, 2018 at 2:49 PM ^

Looks like Pep, if he stays on staff, will coach Quaterbacks. Hopefully we get rid of the dumb "offensive coordinator by committee" approach and rid of passing and running game coordinators. Have respected coaches coach their position groups and be of one mind on offense.

TK

January 10th, 2018 at 2:56 PM ^

I think I understand this.
He is brought in with the understanding that pep is gone and he will become the pass game coordinator. Thus the wording does not specify “offensive” coordinator. They can’t word it officially as the pass game coordinator since Pep is still on staff for the moment.

Bo Schemheckler

January 10th, 2018 at 3:05 PM ^

First responce to this tweet is pretty great and I don't want to plagarize so "Space Pants!" says:

 
"Hey Dan, we need you to be our Director of Offense this year"
"Is that like the Offensive Coordinator?"
"No Dan, you're the Director of Offense. Call all the plays, main offensive guy."
"Like an Offensive Coordinator?"
"Dan - no."

AMazinBlue

January 10th, 2018 at 3:06 PM ^

not co-coordinators.  The question by WD about Pep and Drevno is valid.  Whyare they still coordinators especially after the debacle and collosal FAILURE in the bowl game and the MSU game for that matter.

Probably status quo thru signing day then something better change.  

TheGhostofMM14

January 10th, 2018 at 3:07 PM ^

Playcallers and or playcalling will be different as well. Our best foot was not placed forward this season and the ENTIRE staff knows that. The expectations next season are very high as is the talent level. Harbaugh wil get this right. 1000% trust in that. This will be his most talented and deep team to date.

mgobleu

January 10th, 2018 at 3:19 PM ^

What's the status on that Mike Hart RB coach contract I heard rumors about?

... Or maybe I'm still logged into counterstrike in the other room, hold on