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Mike Yurcich Gets Pay Raise

Mike Yurcich Gets Pay Raise

Mike Yurcich is receiving a $200,000 raise in 2018, bringing his overall salary up to $800,000 per year. Entering his sixth season as the offensive coordinator for Oklahoma State, Yurcich is now the highest paid assistant coach in OSU history.

Under his direction, the Cowboys’ offense finished the 2017 season second in total offense per game in the nation and first in passing offense, averaging 568.9 and 389.2 yards respectively.

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