Moeller (OH) is looking for a head football coach...again.

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    A reliable source tells me that Moeller paid their head coach $12000 last year but camps and other add ons more than double that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    A reliable source tells me that Moeller paid their head coach $12000 last year but camps and other add ons more than double that.
    That’s it? So 24k a year? Surely you missed a zero? Or is that in addition to the teaching salary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Graham View Post
    1. Eviston was not on any list last time around. The job was Pat McLaughlin's (alum and LaSalle head coach) until Rosfeld emerged late in the process.

    2. All GCL coaches are paid according to the GCL scale for that particular sport. All head coaches receive the same "base" and then percentage increases are given for years experience. It is not $40,000. Of course schools get creative with positions and other stipends for weight room duty, etc. I believe Rosfeld held a position either in the alumni or development office. Everyone would be shocked with what these guys actually make. This ain't Texas. The Covington Diocese is even worse because they have a unified scale for all schools. The Cincinnati Archdiocese does not. Moeller can pay its people whatever it can afford, but must abide by the coaches pay scale set by the GCL. So, in all likelihood the Bengals doubled or even tripled what Rosfeld was making at Moeller.

    3. Maybe Eviston will be considered this time around. Who knows, but Cincinnati is a different beast and he doesn't have any experience dealing with it. A lot more competition to get kids to come to your school because there are so many choices. Rodenberg was very familiar that process having spent so many years at McNick before going to CCH. With the turnover the last 24 months, my guess is they will be valuing loyalty this time around and looking for someone to be in the job for awhile.
    I can tell you with 100 percent confidence that at least part of number 2 is incorrect, and I'll leave it at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    A reliable source tells me that Moeller paid their head coach $12000 last year but camps and other add ons more than double that.
    Is that $12,000 the supplement for the football head coach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Call It Like It Is View Post
    Eddie coached at Norwood prior to NCC. So he has been over the water coaching.
    Also was the OC for Georgetown (NAIA). Pretty sure better gig than any high school gig in the Greater Cincy area. May be tough for him to leave considering his QB is his nephew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    A reliable source tells me that Moeller paid their head coach $12000 last year but camps and other add ons more than double that.
    Quote Originally Posted by El Diablo View Post
    That’s it? So 24k a year? Surely you missed a zero? Or is that in addition to the teaching salary?
    Quote Originally Posted by LongTimeReader View Post
    Is that $12,000 the supplement for the football head coach?
    Yes, that is just the coaching income. That does not include the income from whatever job the coach may have at the school. Rosfeld's job was something like director of advancement or donations so he may have been making $60,000 or so for that job.

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    I haven't heard a thing about the search for a new coach in the month that has passed. Anyone else?

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