Mark Hoeke, hired last month as Georgia's new football strength and conditioning coordinator, will earn an annual salary of $200,000.
That's equal to the salary that his predecessor, Joe Tereshinski, was earning before his resignation.
Hoeke's salary was made available Thursday by UGA after a request through the Open Records Act. There were no additional coaches' salaries available yet. New offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer is believed to have signed a three-year contract, but his salary has not been disclosed yet.
John Thomas, who has been the team's associate director of strength and conditioning, earned $140,000 last year. Speed coach Sherman Armstrong earned just under $85,000. Their roles on Hoeke's staff, and whether they've been retained, have not been announced yet.