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Details Of Ed Warinner's Contract At Michigan Released

The opening kickoff takes place between Iowa and Ohio State during the first quarter on September 24, 2005 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.

COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 24: The opening kickoff takes place between Iowa and Ohio State during the first quarter on September 24, 2005 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State defeated Iowa 31-6. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

The former Ohio State assistant is now with the Wolverines.

Ed Warinner is officially a part of Michigan's coaching staff. The former Ohio State and Minnesota assistant will be serving as an offensive analyst.

Details of Warinner's contract with the Wolverines have been released. The former Buckeyes' offensive coordinator signed a 2-year detail.

MLive.com has the details. Here they are:

Warinner, 56, signed a two-year contract with Michigan on Jan. 19, one that will pay him $250,000 a year in his third Big Ten job in as many years.

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Per the terms of the agreement, Warinner will be paid a monthly rate of $20,833.33 with the ability to earn supplemental pay by participating in Michigan-sponsored summer football camps.

He'll also receive a vehicle, six complimentary tickets to each home game, a department-issued cell phone and iPad and an allotment for athletic apparel through Nike.

The actual letter Harbaugh sent to Warinner has also been discovered. See it below:

Warinner spent last season at Minnesota. He previously worked on Ohio State's staff for several seasons.