USA Today released its annual list of college football head coaches’ salaries on Thursday. Not sure how familiar you are with college coaches' cash, but t's worth a gander...

1. Alabama, Nick Saban – $7,087,481
2. Michigan, Jim Harbaugh – $7,004,000
3. Ohio State, Urban Meyer – $5,860,000
4. Oklahoma, Bob Stoops – $5,400,000
5. Florida State, Jimbo Fisher – $5,150,000
6. Texas, Charlie Strong – $5,100,270
7. Texas A&M, Kevin Sumlin – $5,000,000
8. Penn State, James Franklin – $4,400,000
9. LSU’s Les Miles – $4,385,567
10. Mississippi, Hugh Freeze – $4,310,000
11. Baylor, Art Briles – $4,238,573
12. Georgia, Mark Richt – $4,124,000
13. Auburn, Gus Malzahn – $4,104,500
14. Iowa, Kirk Ferentz – $4,075,000
15. South Carolina, Steve Spurrier – $4,028,600
16. Mississippi State, Dan Mullen – $4,000,000
17. Florida, Jim McElwain – $3,983,359
18. Arkansas, Bret Bielema – $3,960,666
19. Texas Christian, Gary Patterson – $3,940,026
20. Missouri,Gary Pinkel – $3,768,889

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bobo stoops....hahaha
Reply67 months
Mike bobo stoops
Reply67 months
MSH
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14. Iowa, Kirk Ferentz – $4,075,000



Always amazes me to see this.
Reply67 months
Big Game Bobo!!!
Reply67 months
Stooopid and Strong. LOL
Reply67 months
Les is beginning to look like a bargain.
Reply67 months
Wait...isn't Saban actually shorter than all these guys pictured?
Reply67 months
Boy Texas is getting screwed
Reply67 months
11 of the top 20 are SEC.

I had first thought that Harbaugh took the job for 5 mill. Looks like they threw the vault at him.

If Miles wins a championship this year, expect the price to rise over 5 mill.
Reply67 months
Lots of expensive losers on that list
Reply67 months
Kirk Ferentz is taking Iowa to the cleaners
Reply67 months
I can give up 37 points in a single half of football for 5.1 mill
Reply67 months
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