Jerrod Calhoun is officially on the job at Utah State.

The former YSU coach was officially introduced this afternoon in Logan, Utah with his family and friend Paul Molinari in attendance.

"I can't thank President Tressel, Ron Strollo and Rocky Nolfi and the entire Youngstown community enough, " said Calhoun after being introduced by Director of Athletics Diana Sabau.

Per a public requests request Calhoun is receiving $625,000 in base pay with an annual increase of $25,000 every April 1 beginning in 2025 and an additional $300,000 in media rights compensation.

Calhoun also gets a salary pool of $750,000 for assistants plus $150,000 for the basketball operations and administrative positions.

"I told these players If they come back we can win a national championship. I truly believe that. I got hooked on these guys and the fan base."

The Aggies lost in the second round to Purdue in this season's NCAA Tournament.

"I know the expectation level around here and I welcome that and want to take it head on."

Calhoun plans to bring a level of basketball that excites the fans and is getting started immediately.

"The next 48 hours are  going to be  crazy. What excites me is the relationships I get to build with the players. The goal here is simple. Let's win a national championship. Go Aggies.!"


Five years: April 1, 2024 to March 31, 2029.

Courtesy Car

Moving expense of $15,000

Country Club Membership to Logan Country Club

10 Season tickets for men's basketball in lower bowl

8 tickets to away games

6 tickets for home football games

Immediate family can accompany Calhoun on any team charter pending space is available

If USU terminates contract they owe 75% of "Cumulative Remaining Salary"

If Calhoun terminate contract prior to March 31, 2025 he's responsible for 80% of "CRS" & if after April 1, 2025 he owes 60% of remaining salary.