Is your school getting the most for its money?

The chart below is the best way to tell as USA TODAY has updated its annual chart of coaching salaries from across the country. We’ve gone ahead and taken the salary figures for each SEC coach for 2019 and placed them from highest salary to the lowest — as well as ranked them nationally based on total compensation for this season.

The one that jumps out is Chad Morrs, a coach that has yet to beat a Power 5 opponent in his coaching career, being paid more than all but 27 coaches nationally. Morris’ salary figure is the same as Ed Orgeron’s at LSU, who is 32-9 during his tenure in Baton Rouge.

Here’s the complete chart of where every SEC coach ranks:

Coach
School
Total Pay
National Rank
Nick Saban
Alabama
$8,857,000
#2
Jimbo Fisher
Texas A&M
$7,500,000
#4
Kirby Smart
Georgia
$6,871,600
#6
Gus Malzahn
Auburn
$6,827,589
#7
Dan Mullen
Florida
$6,070,000
#10
Mark Stoops
Kentucky
$4,763,600
#19
Will Muschamp
South Carolina
$4,400,000
#23
Chad Morris
Arkansas
$4,000,000
#28
Ed Orgeron
LSU
$4,000,000
#28
Jeremy Pruitt
Tennessee
$3,846,000
#32
Derek Mason
Vanderbilt
$3,368,244
#40
Matt Luke
Ole Miss
$3,100,000
#45
Barry Odom
Missouri
$3,050,000
#47
Joe Moorhead
Mississippi State
$3,050,000
#48