UW today made public the contract details for assistant coach Marques Tuiasosopo, who was hired as quarterbacks coach to fill a vacancy created when Jimmie Dougherty left for San Jose State.
Tuiasosopo’s contract, which officially started Dec. 30, 2012, runs through June 30, 2015.
He will have a base salary of $198,000 for his first full year and $213,000 for his season (the raise goes into effect on Dec. 30, 2013). He will also receive a guaranteed $12,000 each year for “consultations, appearances and representations” on behalf of the school. Tuiasosopo was reported to have made $100,000 last year as a receivers/tight ends coach at UCLA.
He also has a number of performance incentives that are standard for the assistants at UW, including $6,000 for appearing in the Pac-12 title game and $10,000 for winning it, $10,000 for appearing in the Alamo or Holiday bowls and $5,000 for any other non-BCS bowl, $20,000 for appearing in a BCS bowl, and $25,000 for winning the national title.