McClendon, Lilly get boost in pay

Georgia has given raises to football offensive assistant coaches Bryan McClendon and John Lilly, who were received new titles last month.

Both saw their annual salaries increase to $250,000 from $235,000, according to information obtained under an open records request.

McClendon, the Bulldogs running backs coach since 2009, is now also Georgia’s recruiting coordinator.

Lilly has coached the tight ends since 2008 and now is co-special teams coordinator for offense.

Their salary increases took effect Feb. 1

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