Ohio State football | Greg Schiano's contract finalized
One day after releasing the terms sheet for the hiring of assistant football coach Greg Schiano, Ohio Stateon Wednesdayforwarded a copy of the signed contract to The Dispatch.
It showed that Schiano, former head coach at Rutgers and of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, signed the one-year deal, giving him a base salary of $600,000, on March 4. OSU athletic director Gene Smith and Geoffrey Chatas, OSU senior vice president for business and finance, signed itWednesday.
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The pact, which includes the regular bonus possibilities afforded the assistant coaches under Urban Meyer and a $600 per month automobile allowance, runs from Jan. 7, 2016 toJan. 15, 2017. Interestingly, the contract of the other recently hired assistant, offensive line coach Greg Studrawa, runs throughApril 30, 2018.