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Scot Loeffler takes pay cut to help fund BGSU football’s nutrition plan

It is only BGSU Football Head Coach Scot Loeffler’s second season, but he is already taking sacrifices to help his program succeed.

Nick Piotrowicz broke the story that Loeffler agreed to a $100,000 pay cut in a Toledo Blade article on Wednesday.

Loeffler agreed to a five-year $2.6 million contract in the summer of 2018, making him the highest paid school employee. That contract entailed he would be making $525,000 per season as a base salary. With this pay cut, Loeffler will now be making $425,000 in the 2020-2021 football season.

BGSU Athletics Director Bob Moosbrugger and BGSU President Rodney Rogers both agreed to pay cuts of their own earlier in the year.