New Kentucky football assistants Michael Smith and White both signed contracts that will carry them through the 2019 season. Contract details were released Thursday.
Smith, who was hired to replace Lamar Thomas as wide receivers coach, will be payed $12,500 a month from January 25 through June 30 — likely adding onto what he was due to make at Arkansas. His full contract will take effect July 1.
Smith will make $375,000 in the 2018 season and $400,000 in the 2019 season. Thomas made $300,000 last season.
White, who will coach outside linebackers, is under the same contract structure. The former Indianapolis Colts assistant will make $375,000 in 2018 and $400,000 in 2019.
Both coaches will make a one-month’s salary bonus if Kentucky goes to a bowl game. There are also incentives for an SEC Championship game appearance and a C0llege Football Playoff appearance.
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