Florida State released the contract details for coach Mike Norvell on Thursday. The deal will escalate each year, culminating with a $5 million salary in each of the final two years. So that would add another $1.5 million if he lasts the entire six years.
The former Memphis head coach can earn a variety of other incentives, including $100,000 for making the ACC title game or $250,000 for winning it.
Up to $200,000 depending on single-year April score. That would increase to $500,000 for making the national championship game or $800,000 for winning it.
$50,000 for ACC Coach of the Year.
There are also performance bonuses attached to his contract.
FSU formally acknowledged Wednesday that Kenny Dillingham has been hired as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach after multiple reports earlier in the week saying the hire would happen.
They are as follows: $250,000 per year Norvell is retained as coach, $100,000 for making the ACC Championship and $250,000 for winning that game; $100,000 for a bowl appearance that increases to $200,000 for a New Year's Six bowl game, $300,000 for making the College Football Playoff, $500,000 for making the CFP title game and $800,000 for winning the national title; $50,000 for winning ACC Coach of the Year and $100,000 for National Coach of the Year; and can receive a bonus of up to $200,000 depending on a single-year April score. If he coaches the entire six years and doesn't renegotiate his contract, he could leave without paying any buyout.