At least 11 of the 14 SEC coaches make between $3 million and $4.3 million as of now. We relayed 13 of the 14 current SEC coaches salaries here (Vanderbilt is a private school and does not release Derek Mason’s salary).

For the sake of marital bliss, here’s to hoping some of those coaches get to scale it back and spend time with their families before spring practice, which begins at most schools in March. That’s probably wishful thinking, though, as most teams are diving full steam into recruiting efforts related to the 2016 class.

After all, the NCAA conference commissioners could decide to institute an early signing period in mid-December, which would shorten up the game this year and create a lot of unwanted complications.