Sean Kugler Salary Is One Of The Lowest For A Football Coach
Sean Kugler salary is among the lowest for head football coaches, yet he has never complained about it.
According to a USA Today analysis of NCAA football coaches' salaries, his pay is roughly in line with that of most midmajor schools which are around 500 thousand dollars. However, he has a very decent living from his salary and lives a very lavish life in the USA.
Kugler is the former UTEP head coach, serving in that role from 2013-17, but has been on NFL staff for the most part during the 21st century and had been earning a decent amount of money since then.
Kugler joined the Lions in 2001 and has worked as an offensive line coach at Detroit, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Denver, and Arizona. After hiring Kugler as their O-line coach in 2019, the Cardinals promoted him to run-game coordinator in 2021.
Sean's Salary Before 2017
NCAA Bowl Subdivision football head coach Kugler's 2015 salary is given as $514,041 for 2015. The average total compensation for C-USA coaches was $628,060.
Kugler was hired in 2013 with a starting salary of $500,000. He concluded his first season at UTEP with a 2-10 overall record, but the next year he transformed the program.
In 2014, he earned roughly $9,000 more and a bonus for leading the Miners to a 7-6 record and a trip to the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, where they were defeated by Utah State, 21-6.
Salary From 2017-2019
Sean was paid $66,510.03 in 2018, according to the data. This is 24.5 percent more than the national average for coworkers but 0.9 percent less than the national average for government employees.
He earned the most money in 2017 as a Head Coach, earning $24,611.
Salary After 2019
Sean Kugler agreed to become the Arizona Cardinals new offensive line coach in 2019 and had a good year.
Kugler has 29 years of coaching experience at various levels, 19 of which are exclusive as an offensive line coach, and a salary of little more than $600,000 per year.