FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas offensive coordinator Dan Enos has received a raise and one-year extension follow the Razorbacks’ Liberty Bowl season in 2015.

FAYETTEVILLE - Arkansas offensive coordinator Dan Enos has received a raise and one-year extension follow the Razorbacks’ Liberty Bowl season in 2015.


Enos is now signed to be coordinator through 2019 and will be paid $700,000 in 2016. That salary will raise to $750,000 in 2017 and increase by $50,000 each subsequent year through the life of the contract. Enos’ contract previously expired in 2018 and paid $650,000 per season.


Arkansas finished Enos’ first year as coordinator with the No. 2 scoring, No. 3 passing and No. 4 rushing offenses in the Southeastern Conference. The Razorbacks placed four players on various All-SEC teams, including tight end Hunter Henry and running back Alex Collins, both of whom had career-best seasons under Enos.


The contract already had a non-compete clause and it remained. The clause ensures Enos cannot leave for another school in the SEC unless he is hired as head coach at an in-conference school. The additional year of the contract also changes the terms of Enos’ buyout. If he leaves Arkansas between February 16, 2018 and February 15, 2019, he owes the school $250,000. If he leaves any time after February 16, the sum is $100,000. Enos’ buyout through February 15, 2018 remains $350,000.


Enos was the subject of coaching speculation in December when first-year Georgia coach Kirby Smart contacted Arkansas coach Bret Bielema about Enos’ services. The non-compete clause in the contract was a non-starter.


Enos new deal was finalized Wednesday.


Defensive coordinator Robb Smith also received an extension through June 2019.


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