Which SEC teams get the most bang for their buck with respect to head coaching salaries?

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Alabama’s Nick Saban is the highest paid coach in the country at $6.9 million, while Kevin Sumlin is the second highest paid SEC coach at $5 million. Les Miles and Steve Spurrier are both making $4 million or more. Seven other coaches are making $3 million or more per season, with Dan Mullen and Mark Stoops making under that benchmark.

Here’s a look at the SEC head coaches’ salaries for 2014, and please note that Vanderbilt doesn’t make Derek Mason’s salary public:

Head Coach School Salary
Nick Saban Alabama $6.9 million
Kevin Sumlin Texas A&M $5 million
Les Miles LSU $4.3 million
Steve Spurrier South Carolina $4.0 million
Gus Malzahn Auburn $3.85 million
Bret Bielema Arkansas $3.2 million
Mark Richt Georgia $3.2 million
Gary Pinkel Missouri $3.1  million
Hugh Freeze Ole Miss $3.0 million
Will Muschamp Florida $3.0 million
Butch Jones Tennessee $3.0 million
Dan Mullen Mississippi State $2.65 million
Mark Stoops Kentucky $2.2 million