Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
The LSU Board of Supervisors will vote this week on new contracts for safeties coach Bill Busch and new passing game coordinator Joe Brady. Per NOLA.com
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Brady was hired from the New Orleans Saints on Jan. 26, but his contract wasn’t finalized. His proposed contract would pay him $400,000 through 2022. His predecessor, Jerry Sullivan, made $450,000. Brady, 28, is the youngest coach on the LSU staff.

Busch would be given a $50,000 raise after one year at LSU, earning $425,000. LSU sources said Busch was pursued by multiple schools for defensive coordinator jobs this winter but decided to stay at LSU, resulting in a new contract. His contract would also be extended a year through 2021.
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Anyone know how much a and offensive analyst in the league makes. Trying to understand how much of a bump Joe got. That's probably life changing.
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What has Bill Busch done to get a raise?
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I think people are underestimating how important keeping bill Busch is. Brady is a great addition to the staff and shows that o knew things had to change
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So two out of the top three coaches on staff who pull the most weight make the least. Not surprised
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It's about responsibility, too. The reason they're on the staff is because the head man brought them in. That same guy takes blame for losses and recruiting, while receiving little-to-no credit when he does something well. Let's not act like O is making $8million/year either. I believe he's in the middle tier of head coach pay within the SEC.
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