There’s no one more deserving of being the highest-paid college football coach than Nick Saban. In 14 seasons with the Alabama Crimson Tide, Saban has won six national championships, a spectacular record. The most impressive thing about Saban is that he shows no signs of slowing down.
How much do d1 football coaches make?
According to Newsday, the average compensation for the 108 NCAA I football coaches is $1.75 million–an increase of 75 percent since 2007. The SEC commands the top of the list with Nik Saban, Kevin Sumlin, Les Miles, and Hugh Freeze earning a combined $20.7 million.
Which college football coach makes the most money?
But the cultural and economic gaps are indeed closing, as you’ll see from this list of the highest paid NCAA football coaches.
- Nick Saban, Alabama: $9.1 million. …
- Ed Orgeron, LSU: $8.7 million. …
- Dabo Swinney, Clemson: $8.3 million. …
- Jimbo Fisher, Texas A & M: $7.5 million. …
- Gus Malzahn, Auburn: $6.9 million.
How much longer will Nick Saban coach?
Nick Saban agreed to a three-year extension at Alabama on Monday — a move that could keep the coach with the program until 2029. Saban, 69, is the third-oldest coach in the FBS.
Who is the lowest paid coach in college football?
While Dave Aranda, whose salary was not reported by Baylor, was the only new Big 12 head coach entering 2020, the conference’s four lowest paid coaches — Chris Klieman of Kansas State, Matt Wells of Texas Tech, Neal Brown of West Virginia and Kansas’ Les Miles — were all hired prior to the 2019 season.