New 'Noles defensive coordinator inks 3-year deal

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - New Florida State defensive coordinator
Mark Stoops has agreed to a three-year deal with the school that
guarantees him $400,000 a year.

The contract also allows Stoops to collect postseason bonuses
based on his existing $205,000 base salary. Boosters will pay the
additional $195,000 to Stoops, who signed a contract dated Sunday.

Running backs coach Eddie Gran and offensive coordinator James
Coley signed three-year deals worth $305,000 a year. New
linebackers coach Greg Hudson will be paid $305,000 on a two-year
deal.

Quarterbacks coach Dameyune Craig signed for two years at
$175,000 and new strength coach Vic Viloria signed on for two years
at $160,000 annually.