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SEC Coaching Salaries 2012 (With Cost-Per-Victory Totals Thrown In For Kicks)

Each year, USA Today files public records requests with America’s universities to find which college football coaches make the most money.  Yesterday, they released the numbers for the about-to-be-completed 2012 season. 

USA Today’s findings show that the average FBS assistant now makes about $200,000.  According to the paper’s website, in the four years it’s conducted the study, head coaching salaries have risen about 21% while assistants’ salaries have jumped 29%.  Not a bad growth rate, eh?

Well, below is the breakdown for 13 of the SEC’s schools in 2012.  (Vanderbilt, as a private school, didn’t provide salary information.)

 

  School   Head Coach Salary 2012   Total Assistants’ Pay 2012
  Alabama   $5,316,667   $9,281,738
  LSU   $3,751,000   $7,865,652
  Auburn   $3,500,000   $7,343,200
  S. Carolina   $3,550,000   $6,034,600
  Georgia   $2,811,340   $5,695,340
  Florida   $2,474,500   $5,365,000
  Texas A&M   $2,436,000   $5,116,500
  Missouri   $2,700,000   $5,052,000
  Tennessee   $2,000,000   $4,986,000
  Miss. State   $2,600,000   $4,808,650
  Kentucky   $1,700,000   $3,938,650
  Ole Miss   $1,500,000   $3,724,690
  Arkansas   $850,000   $3,409,787

 

Arkansas, of course, was led by interim coach John L. Smith in 2012.

Alabama’s coaching staff was not only the best paid in the conference, but also the earners in the FBS.  While Bama’s staff ranked just ahead of Texas in terms of 2012 income, LSU’s ranked third in nation, Auburn’s came in sixth, and South Carolina’s assistants ranked 10th.

Just for kicks — or misery, depending on your perspective — we’ve also run the numbers to see how much each staff earned per victory this season.  Read ‘em and weep:

 

Auburn’s staff (3-9):  $2,447,733 per victory

Kentucky’s staff (2-10):  $1,969,325 per victory

Missouri’s staff (5-7):  $1,010,400 per victory

Tennessee’s staff (5-7):  $997,200 per victory

Arkansas’ staff (4-8):  $852,447 per victory

LSU’s staff (10-2):  $786,565 per victory

Alabama’s staff (12-1):  $773,478 per victory

South Carolina’s staff (10-2):  $603,460 per victory

Ole Miss’ staff (6-6):  $620,781 per victory

Mississippi State’s staff (8-4):  $601,081 per victory

Georgia’s staff (11-2):  $517,758 per victory

Texas A&M’s staff (10-2):  $511,650 per victory

Florida’s staff (11-1):  $487,727 per victory

 


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