The list always provides a fascinating look at college football as a whole, with most of the emphasis on the top. We all know that the Nick Sabans, Urban Meyers and Jimbo Fishers are at the top of the list (although Saban is no longer No. 1), but what about the bottom?
Who are the lowest-paid coaches in college football?
There are nine coaches whose salaries were not revealed (Miami’s Mark Richt, USC’s Clay Helton, Baylor’s Jim Grobe, Syracuse's Dino Babers, Tulane’s Willie Fritz, SMU’s Chad Morris, BYU’s Kalani Sitake, Pitt’s Pat Narduzzi and Tulsa’s Philip Montgomery), but the rest of the coaching salaries are available, and boy are they interesting.