Jul 6, 2022
College Football Twitter Reacts to Strength Coach’s Record Salary

It’s a good thing Oklahoma State’s Rob Glass knows how to properly lift heavy weights because the Cowboys strength and conditioning coach will be walking around with a fat wallet.

Glass became the first strength and conditioning coach from a public university to make $1 million annually when he signed a new contract in February — a raise of more than $200,000 according to a report from the Oklahoman.

salaryGlass has been with OK State for nearly three decades. He has helped the Cowboys produce 16 straight winning seasons, including a 12-2 mark in 2021. Last season, the Cowboys closed last season out with a win over Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl.

When the story began to make the rounds on Twitter, man fans and strength and conditioning specialists spoke out about the news.

Below is a snapshot of some of the responses from social media.

To read the full story about the seven-figure raise of the Cowboys’ strength and conditioning coach, click here. 

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