The Oregonian’s James Crepea reports the details have been released on new Oregon Ducks wide receivers coach Jovon Bouknight’s contract with the university.

Bouknight will make $310,000 in his first year and $335,000 in the second year.  Crepea’s piece says that’s in line with the $335,000 figure that previous wide receivers coach Michael Johnson was making before leaving for Mississippi State.

Bouknight is making more than twice what he made this time last year at Utah State, which was $110,000.

There are performance incentives in his contract as well.  Per The O:

There is also up to $125,000 in performance bonuses in Bouknight’s contract, which are the same as those for new linebackers coach Ken Wilson. They range from winning the Pac-12 North ($10,000), winning the Pac-12 Championship Game ($15,000), competing in any bowl game with at least seven regular-season wins ($15,000), competing in a New Year’s Six game ($15,000), competing in a College Football Playoff semifinal ($10,000), winning a CFP semifinal ($25,000) and winning a CFP National Championship ($35,000).

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