Defensive coordinator Kalani Sitake was the highest-paid assistant, earning $170,000 a year, while past offensive co-coordinators Aaron Roderick and Dave Schramm have two-year deals worth $160,000 each.
In addition to his base salary, Chow will receive supplemental compensation worth one month's salary if the team advances to any bowl game and $20,000 if the Utes advance to a BCS bowl game.
While the additional one-month's salary is standard in all the assistant coaches' contracts, the additional $20,000 for a BCS bowl is unique to Chow's.
Utah coach Kyle Whittingham receives an additional $200,000 if the Utes reach a BCS game.
Other bonuses that are unique to Chow's contract and not the other assistants' include the use of a courtesy car for work-related business and six complimentary premium seats and six complimentary end-zone seats to each home game and four complimentary tickets to each road game. He will receive six tickets to any bowl game in which the Utes play.