Deion Sanders' assistant coaches will earn record amounts at Colorado in 2024.

Deion Sanders' crew will look a little different as he begins his second season in Boulder.  

With five new coaches in place, not only will there be fresh faces, but they will be well compensated. 

According to contract information obtained by BuffZone.com earlier this week 

Sanders' ten full-time assistants are set to make a "combined $4.65 million in base and supplemental salary" in 2024, up from the previous year's record $4.59 million.  

Coach Prime's coordinators will be among the most significant adjustments to his staff as he enters his second year.  

Pat Shurmur, who was a co-offensive coordinator last season, was designated the Buffaloes' full-time playcaller after Sean Lewis left for San Diego State. 

The former NFL coach will earn $800,000 this year and $850,000 in 2025 

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Robert Livingston, a former defensive backs coach for the Cincinnati Bengals, was hired to replace Charles Kelly as Colorado's defensive coordinator.  

According to USA Today Sports, Livingston, 38, will make $800,000 this season and $995,000 in 2025, setting a single-season record for an assistant in Boulder.  

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