Jedd Fisch will have a buyout at Washington that begins at $12 million and drops each year he stays at UW.

The contract details for Fisch’s new deal with the Huskies were released by the school on Monday. The Seattle Times’ Mike Vorel obtained both Fisch’s annual salary figures and his buyout information. According to Vorel, Fisch’s buyout sits at $12 million through Jan. 8, 2025, before dropping to $10 million for the next year.

On Jan. 9, 2027, Fisch’s buyout drops to $6 million. In 2028, the figure drops to $5 million, then $3 million, and finally just $1 million through Jan. 8, 2030.

Fisch has been a journeyman throughout a coaching career that spans more than two decades. He has extensive experience both at the NFL and collegiate levels, but he has never spent more than four consecutive seasons at the same school.

There was some speculation that Fisch, a Florida graduate, could be an option to replace Billy Napier in Gainesville if he remained at Arizona. For an SEC program — particularly one like Florida — a $10 million-or-less buyout might not be much of a hindrance.

Fisch will make $7.5 million in his first year with the program. He will receive annual raises of $75,000 in January of each passing year.

There were 16 coaches who made more than $7.5 million in 2023, according to USA Today’s database. Lincoln Riley is believed to be the highest-paid coach in the Pac-12, though his contract information isn’t subject to open records requests. Oregon’s Dan Lanning was second in the league, with a $6.62 million salary. Kalen DeBoer made $4.2 million at Washington while Fisch made $3.25.