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paperwasp
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Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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Over the last 15 years, public Power Five schools have spent an average of roughly three-quarters of a million dollars per school per school year on severance payments for former football and men’s basketball coaches and administrative personnel.

AthleticDirectorU compiled NCAA Financial Reports via public records requests for the 52 public Power Five universities and found that they spent a combined $491,770,668 in the 648 individual school years examined on football and men’s basketball severance payments – an average of $758,905 per school per school year.

The following shows the 10 public Power Five schools that have spent the most on college football severance payments annually since 2005, based on the data available to ADU.

1. Florida — $24.8 million (Ron Zook, Urban Meyer, Will Muschamp, Jim McElwain, Dan Mullen)
2. Nebraska — $24.3 million (Bill Callahan, Bo Pelini, Mike Riley, Scott Frost)
3. Kansas — $23.7 million (Mark Mangino, Turner Gill, Charlie Weis, David Beaty, Les Miles)
4. Auburn — $21.4 million (Tommy Tuberville, Gene Chizik, Gus Malzahn)
5. Tennessee — $20.2 million (Derek Dooley, Butch Jones, Jeremy Pruitt)
6. Texas — $19.1 million (Mack Brown, Charlie Strong, Tom Herman)
7. Arizona State — $18.9 million (Dirk Koetter, Dennis Erickson, Todd Graham, Herm Edwards)
8. Louisville — $18.5 million (Bobby Petrino, Steve Kragthorpe, Charlie Strong, Bobby Petrino, Scott Satterfield)
9. Texas A&M — $17.1 million (Dennis Franchione, Mike Sherman, Kevin Sumlin, Jimbo Fisher)
10. Colorado — $16.8 million (Gary Barnett, Dan Hawkins, Jon Embree, Mike MacIntyre, Mel Tucker, Karl Dorrell)


An Analysis Of College Football And Basketball Coach Buyouts


RT1941
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
Damn Nebraska has poured out a ton of money for nothing.


luvdoc
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
I did not bother to read the article, but it is interesting that Kansas, TA&M, and Florida are getting out ahead of the game here, already paying severance packages to their current head coaches. Now that is planning ahead!
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OrangeEmpire
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
Kansas and Arizona State



Auburn80
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
Why are current coaches listed?


RollTide1987
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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Why are current coaches listed?


Likely because they are being paid.


themicah85
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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Kansas and Arizona State




Mark Mangino was better than almost every coach on that list. What he managed to pull of at Kansas in football is fvcking amazing. He is waaaaaayyyyyyy damn better than kiffin, butch and dooley. Les will probably be alright there also. I would say Nebraska, ASU and ours are the worst ROI.



Auburn80
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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Likely because they are being paid.


It's severance payments only.


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skrayper
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
Get a job as a P5 HC.

Suck.

Get paid.


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Hugh McElroy
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
Well, that's chump change, you know.


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TigerintheNO
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
I'm surprised that Arkansas isn't on the list. Nutt's buyout, Bert's buyout, Morris' buyouts, and a couple of basketball coaches.


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Jaydeaux
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
Cause they’re awesome at hiring lol


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Leto II
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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buying out CFB coaches

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severance payments for former football and men’s basketball coaches


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Gus Malzahn



Um...
Maybe they know something we don't

Why isn't that pile of shite Barbee on the list?
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Texas Weazel
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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I would say Nebraska, ASU and ours are the worst ROI.


Nebraska saw some success with Bo Pelini. I think the guy averaged over 9 wins per season there.


themicah85
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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I would say Nebraska, ASU and ours are the worst ROI.

Nebraska saw some success with Bo Pelini. I think the guy averaged over 9 wins per season there.



Didn't his tenure there end with him on a hidden tape calling Nebraska's administration a bunch of pussies or something like that ?


beatbammer
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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Over the last 15 years


Wonder which SEC schools would have been in the Top 10 from 1990-2005?


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Murph4HOF
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
I wonder where Notre Dame would be on this...


Texas Weazel
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
I mean, he wasn't wrong. Everything he said was spot on .


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AHM21
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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2. Nebraska — $24.3 million (Bill Callahan, Bo Pelini, Mike Riley, Scott Frost)
3. Kansas — $23.7 million (Mark Mangino, Turner Gill, Charlie Weis, David Beaty, Les Miles)
4. Auburn — $21.4 million (Tommy Tuberville, Gene Chizik, Gus Malzahn)
5. Tennessee — $20.2 million (Derek Dooley, Butch Jones, Jeremy Pruitt)
6. Texas — $19.1 million (Mack Brown, Charlie Strong, Tom Herman)
7. Arizona State — $18.9 million (Dirk Koetter, Dennis Erickson, Todd Graham, Herm Edwards)


So many mediocre coaches listed here.


AHM21
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re: Florida, Auburn, Tennessee, and Texas A&M in Top 10 for buying out CFB coaches
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I wonder where Notre Dame would be on this...



Remember when Charlie Weis started 19-6 with back to back BCS losses by 14+ and they made him one of the highest paid coaches?

Good times.
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