Chart: Gophers coaches' salaries in football, men's basketball at bottom of Big Ten

  • Updated: April 17, 2013 - 6:35 AM

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A school-by-school comparison of combined salaries of Big Ten football and men’s basketball head coaches:

Ohio State

($7.4 million)

• Urban Meyer, $4.3 million

• Thad Matta, $3.1 million

Michigan State

(5.424 million)

• Mark Dantonio, $1.934 million

• Tom Izzo, $3.49 million

Iowa

($5.135 million)

• Kirk Ferentz, $3.835 million

• Fran McCaffery, $1.3 million

Michigan

($4.846 million)

• Brady Hoke, $3.046 million

• John Beilein, $1.8 million

Indiana

($4.42 million)

• Kevin Wilson, $1.26 million

• Tom Crean, $3.16 million

Purdue

($4.3 million)

• Darrell Hazell, $2 million

• Matt Painter, $2.3 million

Nebraska

($4.275 million)

• Bo Pelini, $2.875 million

• Tim Miles, $1.4 million

Wisconsin

($3.91 million)

• Gary Andersen, $1.8 million

• Bo Ryan, $2.11 million

Illinois

($3.2 million)

• Tim Beckman, $1.6 million

• John Groce, $1.6 million

Minnesota

($2.4 million)

• Jerry Kill, $1.2 million

• Richard Pitino, $1.2 million

 

• Northwestern and Penn State salaries are not disclosed.

• Sources: USA Today, Des Moines Register, Wisconsin State Journal

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NY Yankees - WP: B. McCarthy 3
Cleveland - LP: C. Kluber 1 FINAL
Minnesota - WP: P. Hughes 4
Detroit - LP: D. Price 0 FINAL
Tampa Bay - WP: A. Cobb 1
Arizona - LP: O. Perez 0 FINAL
Washington - WP: R. Soriano 1
San Francisco - LP: R. Vogelsong 1 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - WP: T. Wada 2
Atlanta - WP: J. Teheran 8 FINAL
Cincinnati - LP: D. Holmberg 0
LA Angels - WP: M. Shoemaker 2 FINAL
Boston - LP: R. De La Rosa 0
San Francisco - WP: M. Bumgarner 5 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - LP: T. Wood 3
San Diego - LP: T. Ross 1 FINAL
Los Angeles - WP: C. Kershaw 2
Pittsburgh 21 FINAL
Philadelphia 31
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New England
NY Giants 6:30 PM
NY Jets
Jacksonville 6:30 PM
Detroit
Oakland 7:00 PM
Green Bay
Chicago 9:00 PM
Seattle
Tampa Bay 8/23/14 3:30 PM
Buffalo
Tennessee 8/23/14 6:00 PM
Atlanta
Dallas 8/23/14 6:00 PM
Miami
Washington 8/23/14 6:30 PM
Baltimore
New Orleans 8/23/14 7:00 PM
Indianapolis
Minnesota 8/23/14 7:00 PM
Kansas City
St. Louis 8/23/14 7:00 PM
Cleveland
Houston 8/23/14 8:00 PM
Denver
San Diego 8/24/14 3:00 PM
San Francisco
Cincinnati 8/24/14 7:00 PM
Arizona
(21) Texas A&M 8/28/14 5:00 PM
(9) So Carolina
Wake Forest 8/28/14 6:00 PM
ULM
Boise State 8/28/14 7:00 PM
(18) Ole Miss
Tulane 8/28/14 7:00 PM
Tulsa
Temple 8/28/14 8:15 PM
Vanderbilt
Rutgers 8/28/14 9:00 PM
Washington St
Weber State 8/28/14 9:30 PM
(19) Arizona State
Montreal 7:30 PM
Winnipeg
Toronto 8/23/14 3:00 PM
Edmonton
Calgary 8/24/14 2:00 PM
Ottawa
Saskatchewan 8/24/14 6:00 PM
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Montreal
Winnipeg 8/31/14 2:00 PM
Saskatchewan
Toronto 9/1/14 12:00 PM
Hamilton
Edmonton 9/1/14 3:30 PM
Calgary
Washington 73 FINAL
Indiana 78
San Antonio 84 FINAL
Minnesota 88
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