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Glancing at Tennessee's support staff salaries

Tennessee beat writer Evan Woodbery today provided a look at what Tennessee's support staff will be making in 2013. As a reminder, Tennessee underwent a regime change following the 2012 season with the dismissal of Derek Dooley and hiring of Butch Jones from Cincinnati.

Support Staff

Dave Lawson - strength & conditioning coach, $175,000
Jason McVeigh - director of sports medicine, $110,000
Brad Pendergrass - director of football operations, $102,000
Scott Altzier - director of high school relations, $95,000
Roger Frazier - head equipment manager, $68,203
Chris Spognardi - assistant to the head coach, $60,000
Mike Szerszen - associate strength & conditioning coach, $60,000
Greg Adamson - assistant strength & conditioning coach, $46,000
Brandon Myles - assistant strength & conditioning coach, $37,000
Joe Bernardi - offensive quality control, $28,018
Terry Fair - defensive quality control, $20,010

Off-the-Field Staff

David Blackburn - senior associate AD for administration, $170,000
Joe Harrington - sports technology coordinator, $85,680
Condredge Holloway - student-athlete/letterman relations, $85,170
Antoine Davis - VFL coordinator, $57,500
Keith Pantling - recruiting assistant, $50,000
Max Parrott - assistant to the equipment manager, $39,159
Heather Ervin - assistant director of football operations, $32,802
Allen Sitzler - assistant to equipment manager, $28,059

Put together, this group will make $1.425 million in 2013. Tennessee's assistant coaches will make $3.085 million, and Jones will make a reported $3 million. All told, Tennessee will pay its football staff members $7.51 million in 2013.  

Author: Zach Barnett
Zach Barnett is a native of Denton, Texas and a graduate of the University of Texas. He joined FootballScoop in 2012 after two years at the National Football Foundation. His hobbies include watching college football, reading about college football and writing about college football.