Maryland assistant coaches Dave Borbely and Chris Beatty have agreed to two-year contracts and Anthony Tucker and Matt Barnes have agreed to one-year contracts with the university, according to memoranda of understanding obtained by The Baltimore Sun in a public records request.
Borbely's deal to be the team's offensive line coach is worth $340,000 with a $240,000 base salary and $100,000 in supplemental income. Borbely, one of the most experienced coaches on the staff, can earn up to $55,000 in incentives.
Additionally, he'll receive tickets to football, men's basketball and women's basketball games. He will be reimburse up to $15,000 for moving expenses and for up to 30 hotel room nights. Borbely also gets a $500 monthly car allowance.
If Maryland fires Borbely, he'll receive the rest of his contract unless he gets another job. If he leaves Maryland, he'll owe 25 percent of his annual base salary.
Beatty, the wide receivers coach, will receive a $220,000 base salary with $100,000 in supplemental income for a total salary of $320,000. He can earn up to $55,000 in incentives.
Beatty will receive the same ticket compensation, moving reimbursement and monthly car allowance as Borbely.
Beatty has the same provisions in his contract for if he is fired or if he takes another job.
Tucker, the running backs coach who last worked at Arkansas State, will receive a salary of $185,000 and up to $55,000 in incentives.
Tucker will receive football, men's basketball and women's basketball tickets, along with $13,000 in moving expenses, reimbursement for up to 30 hotel room nights and a $500 monthly car allowance.
Maryland will owe Tucker the rest of his salary if he is fired.
Barnes, the linebackers coach, has a base salary of $155,000 and can earn up to 55,000 in incentives. He'll receive football, men's basketball and women's basketball tickets and the same moving expenses and reimbursement as Tucker.
If Barnes is fired, Maryland will pay him the rest of his base salary.
Maryland will pay coach DJ Durkin's assistants $2.82 million in 2016.