Bret Bielema has had some coaching staff turnover in recent weeks, but he’s making sure that his offensive coordinator stays exactly where he is.
Arkansas’ Dan Enos agreed to a restructured contract that will increase his salary to $700,000, and will also include an automatic $50,000 raise over the next three seasons, according to WholeHogSports.com’s Tom Murphy.
Enos is now signed through June 30, 2019.
The coach was previously scheduled to earn $550,000 in 2016.
Enos, 47, just wrapped up his second season as the Razorbacks’ offensive coordinator.
In 2015, Arkansas ranked No. 29 nationally in total offense (465.5 yards per game), No. 27 in scoring offense (35.9 points per game), No. 34 in passing offense (197.31 yards per game) and No. 32 in rushing offense (268.2 yards per game).
Enos’ success in Fayetteville, Ark. led him generate interest from at least one other program, coach Bret Bielema said. New UGA coach Kirby Smart contacted Bielema about talking to Enos, but his contract included a “non-compete” clause, which restricted other SEC schools from making a play for Arkansas’ offensive coordinator.
The coach’s new contract also included a non-compete clause with other SEC programs. It also contains a buyout worth $350,000 that decreases later in the deal.