In response to a public records request from GatorBait.net, Florida released its coaching contracts.
Nussmeier had his contract extended through the 2018 season and will earn $832,725 per year.
Nussmeier's base pay will be close to $850,000 this season; it was $525,000 last season. He also earned just more than $300,000 each of the last two years from his former employer MI, where he served as the Wolverines' offensive coordinator in 2014 before coming to Florida.
UF defensive line coach Chris Rumph has proven himself a valuable assistant for one of the nation's best defenses and a top recruiter for the Gators.
Nussmeier will be No. 2 on the salary list for UF assistants, as newly promoted defensive coordinator Randy Shannon will make $900,000 this season; Shannon made $500,000 in 2016, when he was the linebacker coach.
Rumph received a three-year contract extension through the 2019 season and a $100,000 salary bump, to $600,000, according to assistant coaching contracts released Friday by the University Athletic Association.
The contracts of linebackers coach Tim Skipper, wide receivers coach Kerry Dixon and tight ends coach Greg Nord were extended through the 2018 season. That's a $20,000 raise from last season. That's a $6,000 raise from last season.