Will Stein was hired last month at Oregon as the new offensive coordinator, and now his contract details are out

Stein previously coached at UT-San Antonio, where he was the Roadrunners’ co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in 2022 after he spent the previous 2 seasons as pass game coordinator and wide receivers coach. Before he landed at UTSA in 2020, Stein coached at Louisville (2013-14), Texas (2015-17) and Lake Travis High School (2018-19).

The Oregonian reported that Stein will earn 20% less than Kenny Dillingham did as Oregon’s offensive coordinator.

Stein signed a 3-year contract through January 2026 with an $800,00 annual salary, according to documents released by UO in response to an open records request. That’s down from the $1 million salary Dillingham earned last year and $1,025,000 he was due this year prior to his departure from UO to become the head coach at Arizona State.

Oregon is hoping Stein can duplicate the production UTSA enjoyed in 2022. The Roadrunners were ranked No. 9 nationally in total offense (486.1 YPG), No. 12 in scoring offense (38.7 PPG) and No. 12 in passing offense (308.6 YPG). The Roadrunners scored 30-plus points in 12 of 13 games and 40-plus points in seven games, including 48 points in a dominant win over North Texas in the Conference USA Championship Game.