As is typically the case this time of year, Nebraska assistant football coaches each received one-year contract extensions, meaning they're now locked in until Jan. 31, 2016.

The Journal Star received, upon request, updated assistants' contracts Tuesday, each signed by athletic director Shawn Eichorst after being approved by Chancellor Harvey Perlman.

Only defensive line line coach Rick Kaczenski and linebackers coach/special teams coordinator/recruiting coordinator Ross Els received raises. Kaczenski's annual pay jumped from $208,900 to $225,000, and Els' from $230,000 to $238,900.

Nebraska finished the 2013 season 9-4 overall (5-3 Big Ten), and ended with a bowl victory against Georgia.

Nebraska also amended the assistant coaches' contracts in February each of the previous three years, each time extending the agreements so they carried beyond the next two football seasons.

According to a school spokeswoman, Nebraska seventh-year head coach Bo Pelini's annual evaluation, and any subsequent contract changes, will be completed before the end of February. He currently earns a base salary of $3,075,000, with a contract set until Feb. 28, 2018.

New Nebraska secondary coach Charlton Warren starts with an annual salary of $220,000.

Husker offensive coordinator Tim Beck's base salary remains at $700,000, and like the rest of the NU assistants, his deal runs until Jan. 31 of 2016. Before the latest adjustments, Beck had been the only NU assistant to have a contract that extended beyond the 2014 season.

He had received a nearly 50 percent pay bump after the 2012 season.

Eichorst wanted to "align all the assistants' end dates," according to a spokeswoman. The Husker AD respectfully declined comment Tuesday, she said.