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SmashMouth 05-05-2014 11:50 AM

The 5 NCAA Football Coaching Staffs With the Highest Salaries
 
Breaking: The NCAA generates a ton of money. Billions of dollars. Most of the information about the NCAA’s profit is, understandably, tied to the fact that their athletes get exactly none of it because they’re student-athletes, and paying them for their performances on the field — the performances that directly affect how much money the universities bring in through their sports programs — would be unethical. Obviously.

Most people outside the NCAA think paying players for the insane amounts of revenue they deliver an idea that seems easier and easier to stomach once you see where the rest of the money is allocated. ESPN recently published an article about how the business of college sports is still growing despite the recession. The numbers are staggering.

Taking that data in a different direction (and there’s a mountain of it — we’ll link to the database at the end of the article), we decided to look at the highest paid football coaching staffs from last season, 2013, and see how well they did to justify their paychecks and benefits.
1. Urban Meyer — Ohio State, $28.4 million
While many of these other coaches have been rewarded with massive economic packages from their universities by virtue of their tenure with the program — that might qualify as the most ‘educational sounding’ thing ever written about the NCAA — Urban Meyer has only been with Ohio State since 2012. As a coach, anyway.

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QBREES9 05-05-2014 09:29 PM

Re: The 5 NCAA Football Coaching Staffs With the Highest Salaries
 
Where's UConn ?

Danno 05-06-2014 08:43 AM

Re: The 5 NCAA Football Coaching Staffs With the Highest Salaries
 
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Originally Posted by QBREES9 (Post 590874)
Where's UConn ?

On the basketball court?


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