Florida vowed to do something about its troubled offense after a 4-8 season last fall and records show the Gators put their money where their mouth is.

New offensive coordinator Kurt Roper's contract obtained Wednesday reveals that he received a three-year deal worth a total of more than $2 million. Roper's base salary is $590,000 for the next three seasons. He also gets $10,000 through the school's apparel deal, country club memberships, tickets, etc.

The former Duke offensive coordinator also receives a $100,000 bonus for execution of the agreement and a $100,000 longevity bonus after the three seasons.

Florida's new special teams coordinator Coleman Hutzler received a one-year deal worth $230,000 in base salary and new offensive line coach Mike Summers will get $190,000 with a two-year deal. Both also receive apparel bonuses of $10,000.

UF finished among the nation's worst in offense last season, sparking the firing of Brent Pease and the hiring of Roper. Offensive line coach Tim Davis was also let go in offensive staff changes.