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    The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    1. Charlie Weis, Notre Dame - $4,200,000
    2. Pete Carroll, USC - $3,800,000
    3. Les Miles, LSU - $3,751,000
    4. Nick Saban, Alabama - $3,750,000
    5. Bob Stoops, Oklahoma - $3,500,000
    6. Urban Meyer, Florida - $3,400,000
    7. Kirk Ferentz, Iowa - $3,030,000
    8. Mack Brown, Texas - $2,910,000
    9. Bobby Petrino, Arkansas - $2,850,000
    10. Tommy Tuberville, Auburn - $2,825,000
    11. Mark Richt, Georgia - $2,800,000
    12. Jim Tressel, Ohio State - $2,600,000
    13. Rich Rodriguez, Michigan - $2,500,000
    13. Bobby Bowden, Florida State - $2,500,000
    15. Philip Fulmer, Tennessee - $2,400,000
    16. Mark Mangino, Kansas - $2,300,000
    17. Greg Schiano, Rutgers - $2,250,000
    18. Mike Bellotti, Oregon - $2,100,000
    18. Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech - $2,100,000
    18. Butch Davis, North Carolina - $2,100,000
    21. June Jones, Southern Methodist - $2,000,000
    22. Al Groh, Virginia - $1,875,000
    22. Gary Pinkel, Missouri - $1,875,000
    24. Tommy Bowden, Clemson - $1,850,000
    24. Jeff Tedford, California - $1,850,000
    26. Mike Sherman, Texas A&M - $1,800,000
    26. Art Briles, Baylor - $1,800,000
    28. Steve Spurrier, South Carolina - $1,773,000
    29. Joe Tiller, Purdue - $1,764,000
    30. Ralph Friedgen, Maryland - $1,750,000
    30. Mike Leach, Texas Tech - $1,750,000
    32. Houston Nutt, Mississippi - $1,700,000
    32. Sylvester Croom, Mississippi State - $1,700,000
    34. Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech - $1,600,000
    35. Joe Paterno, Penn State - $1,500,000
    35. Randy Edsall, Connecticut - $1,500,000
    35. David Cutcliffe, Duke - $1,500,000
    35. Randy Shannon, Miami - $1,500,000
    35. Jim Leavitt, South Florida - $1,500,000
    35. Jeff Jagodzinski, Boston College - $1,500,000
    41. Ty Willingham, Washington - $1,470,000
    42. Steve Kragthorpe, Louisville - $1,420,000
    43. Bret Bielema, Wisconsin - $1,400,000
    44. Ron Zook, Illinois - $1,350,000
    45. Rick Neuheisel, UCLA - $1,250,000
    46. Pat Hill, Fresno State - $1,230,000
    47. Gary Patterson, Texas Christian - $1,219,000
    48. Brian Kelly, Cincinnati - $1,200,000
    48. Dave Wannstedt, Pittsburgh - $1,200,000
    48. Jim Grobe, Wake Forest - $1,200,000
    51. Mark Dantonio, Michigan State - $1,150,000
    52. Dennis Erickson, Arizona State - $1,100,000
    52. Bo Pelini, Nebraska - $1,100,000
    52. Todd Graham, Tulsa - $1,100,000
    52. Tom O'Brien, North Carolina State - $1,100,000
    52. Greg McMackin, Hawaii - $1,100,000
    52. Dan Hawkins, Colorado - $1,100,000
    52. Mike Riley, Oregon State - $1,100,000
    52. Gene Chizik, Iowa State - $1,100,000
    52. Ron Prince, Kansas State - $1,100,000
    61. George O'Leary, Central Florida - $1,086,000
    62. Rich Brooks, Kentucky - $1,075,000
    63. George Robinson, Syracuse - $1,054,000
    64. Mike Gundy, Oklahoma State - $1,050,000
    65. Mike Stoops, Arizona - $1,025,000
    66. Tim Brewster, Minnesota - $1,000,000
    66. Bronco Mendenhall, Brigham Young - $1,000,000
    66. Jim Harbaugh, Stanford - $1,000,000
    66. Bobby Johnson, Vanderbilt - $1,000,000
    70. Tommy West, Memphis - $931,000
    71. Chris Peterson, Boise State $900,000
    72. Bill Stewart, West Virginia - $800,000
    72. Larry Fedora, Southern Mississippi - $800,000
    72. Steve Fairchild, Colorado State - $800,000
    75. Ken Niumatalolo, Navy - $750,000
    75. Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern - $750,000
    77. Chuck Long, San Diego State - $717,000
    78. Kyle Wittingham, Utah - $678,000
    79. Stan Brock, Army - $650,000
    80. Bill Lynch, Indiana - $625,000
    81. Paul Wulff, Washington State - $600,000
    81. Bob Toledo, Tulane - $600,000
    81. Kevin Sumlin, Houston - $600,000
    81. Troy Calhoun, Air Force - $600,000
    85. Al Golden, Temple - $575,000
    86. Skip Holtz, East Carolina - $560,000
    87. Joe Glenn, Wyoming - $551,000
    88. Mark Snyder, Marshall - $470,000
    89. Mike Price, UTEP - $460,000
    90. Dick Tomey, San Jose State - $451,000
    91. Rocky Long, New Mexico - $440,000
    92. Mike Sanford, UNLV - $439,000
    93. David Bailiff, Rice - $400,000
    93. Frank Solich, Ohio - $400,000
    95. Mario Cristobal, Florida International - $381,000
    96. Chris Ault, Nevada - $368,000
    97. Derek Dooley, Louisiana Tech - $350,000
    98. Hal Mumme, New Mexico State - $349,000
    99. Howard Schnellenberger, Florida Atlantic - $331,000
    100. Tom Amstutz, Toledo - $313,000
    101. Jerry Kill, Northern Illinois - $300,000
    101. Neil Callaway, Alabama-Birmingham - $300,000
    103. Larry Blankeney, Troy - $288,000
    104. Rick Stockstill, Middle Tennessee State - $283,000
    105. Bill Cubit, Western Michigan - $266,000
    106. Butch Jones, Central Michigan - $265,000
    107. Todd Dodge, North Texas - $261,000
    108. Brent Guy, Utah State - $250,000
    109. J.D. Brookhart, Akron - $244,000
    110. Robb Akey, Idaho - $240,000
    110. Brady Hoke, Ball State - $240,000
    112. Charlie Weatherbie, Louisiana-Monroe - $205,000
    113. Gregg Brandon, Bowling Green - $200,000
    114. Ricky Bustle, Louisiana-Lafayette - $196,000
    114. Jeff Genyk, Eastern Michigan - $196,000
    116. Turner Gill, Buffalo - $191,000
    117. David Elson, Western Kentucky - $180,000
    118. Steve Roberts, Arkansas State - $171,000
    119. Doug Martin, Kent State - $170,000
    120. Shane Montgomery, Miami (OH) - $144,000



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    I think it's even funnier where Charlie Weis is located...



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    man, charlie weiss must be the worst decision notre dame ever made



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    wow turner gill.... thats all?



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by benjay View Post
    man, charlie weiss must be the worst decision notre dame ever made
    I think Ty Willingham may have something to say about that.



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by ajk4st8 View Post
    wow turner gill.... thats all?
    $191,000 when he could have been maing 1.1mil



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    I think JoePa deserves more than that. Atleast compared to the others.


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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    I think Mack Brown deserves more than Kirk Ferentz, I think Iowa fan would agree.



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by Haverhill View Post
    I think Mack Brown deserves more than Kirk Ferentz, I think Iowa fan would agree.
    Mack Brown is only the beginning of that list. You've got the two all-time wins leaders - Joe Pa, Bowden. Several coaches with national championships: Spurrier, Davis, Tressel, Tuberville (they got robbed in '04), Fulmer, Erickson. And a bunch of coaches that are just flat-out better (in my opinion, for what it's worth): Beamer, Leach, Richt, etc.

    I look at that top-10 and think "one of these things is not like the other "



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by LeSchmick View Post
    I think JoePa deserves more than that. Atleast compared to the others.
    I don't think JoePa would ever take more then that, but i agree



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Calipari is now up at the top of the list and he isn't even a FB coach.



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by tysforcy View Post
    I don't think JoePa would ever take more then that, but i agree

    There was an article about JoePa back at the beginning of the 08 season with him saying he doesn't need anymore money then what he is getting. He told Penn State that there was no reason to offer him a raise.


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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Can't believe Ferentz makes more than Tressel.


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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by GeronimusClone View Post
    Can't believe Ferentz makes more than Tressel.
    Look at it like this.... Who wants to be a Hawkeye? You have to pay someone to take that job



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    Re: The salaries of Division I-A football coaches as of August 11, 2008

    Man, Charlie Weis is robbing Notre Dame blind! Not a real great ROI for the Golden Domers there.



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