Defensive coordinator Mark Stoops will make $440,000 in each of the next three years as part of a contract extension that he recently signed with FSU.
He made $400,000 last year as he turned around one of the nation's worst defenses from 2009 into the 20th-best scoring defense last season.
Stoops' base salary is now $205,000 with an additional $235,000 for speaking engagements and public relations compensation, making him FSU's highest paid assistant. He is also eligible for postseason bonuses.
The contract states that Stoops must pay $75,000 if he leaves FSU in the first year of the contract and $50,000 in the second year.
Every FSU assistant coach is essentially receiving a 10 percent raise and an extension of at least one year. All of the contracts include a $75,000 payment if they leave FSU in the first year of the contract.
Linebackers coach Greg Hudson will make $335,500 and is under contract through January 2013.
Running backs coach/special teams coordinator Eddie Gran and offensive coordinator James Coley will earn $335,500 and are under contract through January 2014.
Defensive tackles coach Odell Haggins will make $275,000 under a contract that runs through January 2013.
Wide receivers coach Lawrence Dawsey will make $242,000 in a deal that ends in January 2013.
Defensive ends coach D.J. Eliot and quarterbacks coach/recruiting coordinator Dameyune Craig will make $192,500 and are under contract through January 2013.
Strength and conditioning coach Vic Viloria will earn $176,000 in a deal that runs through 2014.
Offensive line coach Rick Trickett signed a three-year extension at $400,000 annually in February.
Coach Jimbo Fisher was also bumped up to $2.75 million in the offseason.