Highest paid trainers in the NCAA

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On Tuesday, USA Today published its annual ranking of the highest paid college football professionals. Clemson's mentor Dabo Swinney, who in April signed a new ten-year contract worth $ 93 million, came first in it. His annual salary is 9.3 million. Last year's leader Nick Sayban remained second with an income of 8.85 million per season. Alabama coach got his contract last year. Under his terms, he will earn 74.4 million until 2025.

On the third line is Jim Harbo (Michigan, 7.504 million), followed by Jimbo Fisher (Texas A&M, 7.5 million) and Kirby Smart (Georgia, 6.87 million).

The top ten included four representatives of the SEC. In addition to the already named Seiban and Smart, this is Auburn's head coach Gus Mulzahn (6.83 million, sixth place) and Florida mentor Dan Mullen (6.1 million, tenth place).

The most expensive Big-12 conference coach, Tom Herman from Texas, ranks seventh with an income of 6.75 million. The eighth position belongs to Jeff Brohm of Pardew (6.6 million), and the ninth to Oklahoma trainer Lincoln Riley (6.3 million). Mentor sown under the second number of LSS Tigers Ed Orgeron with an annual salary of 4 million dollars closes the third ten.

All trainers of SEC programs receive at least 3 million per year. The average salary at the conference is 4.95 million.

USA Today has been publishing similar ratings since 2006. His first leader, who trained Oklahoma, Bob Stoops, was then the only specialist to receive more than 3 million. Now there are already more than thirty.
Jimmy
American Football Writer

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