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 CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -Clemson is paying its football staff more than $1.8 million next season, including $375,000 for new defensive coordinator Kevin Steele.
The school's athletic department released details of the assistant coaches' contracts this week.
Steele, coach Dabo Swinney's choice to head the Clemson defense, received a three-year contract. Steele was Alabama's defensive leader last season.
Charlie Harbison, Clemson's new secondary coach, was given a two-year contract worth $250,000 a year. Danny Pearman, the first-year tight ends and tackles coach, also received a two-year deal worth $190,000 a year.
Clemson's most recent hire, defensive tackles coach Dan Brooks, got a two-year contract at $160,000 per year.

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