~ From least bang for the buck to most I will do this evaluation. The relative level of hot under the coaches seat will correspond with the color of the writing. I got the coaches base salary and divided the total base salary by the current number of wins. The salaries are as reported on the website: CoachesHotseat.com
~ Charlie Weis to date has cost Notre Dame 3.5 million dollars per win. With two remaining games left on the schedule at the very best he will cost ND 1.67 million per win.
~ Butch Davis is costing North Carolina is costing the Tarheels $600,000.00 per win. The Heels have some hope to recoup a little value with two remaining games making it possible for the price tag to only be $360,000.00 per win.
~ Nick Saban to date has cost Alabama $583,334.00 per win. With two games remaining he at best will cost the Tide $437,500. per win. (Bama will be going bowling so this number may be reduced again.)
~ Kirk Ferentz to date has cost Iowa $473, 334.00 per win.
~ Dave Wannstedt has only cost the Pittiful Panthers $375,000.oo per win thus far. He has 3 more games remaining on his schedule two of which he needs to win to become bowl eligible and they are Rutgers, South Florida, and WVU. Not necessary to recalculate this figure as it is a finale.
~ Tommy Tubberville will cost Auburn $371,428.57 per win. He has one game remaining against Alabama thus the best Auburn can hope for is 325,000.00 per win. (This team is going bowling thus this number may be reduced again.)
~ Bill Callahan of Nebraska is only costing Big Red a paltry $350,000.00 per win. With a win against Colorado Nebraska would only be out $257,000.00 per win and that would make them bowl eligible.
~ Ralph Friedgen has cost the twerps a disgusting $338,380 per win so far this season. He has two games remaining to become bowl eligible which would under that circumstance make his rate $211,483.oo per win.
~ Dennis Franchione has cost Texas A&M $335,367.00 per win. With one remaining game at the very best he will cost Texas A&M $287,457.15 per win.
~ Tom O’Brien is costing the Wolfpack $300,000.00 per win thus far this season. He has 2 wins to become bowl eligible and with that occurrence he could at best bring this total down to $187,500 per win.
~ Phillup Fulmer is costing the Vols thus far $292,857.15 per win. This team still has 2 remaining home games with a shot at the SEC Finals and a major bowl thus if successful making the best-case scenario cost per win this season $186,364.00 per win.
~ Bobby Bowden is costing the Seminoles $281,983.34 per win to date. The Noles have an additional 2 regular season games and a bowl game to bring that total down to at best $187,988.89 per win.
~ Frank Beamer is costing the Chokies $251,000.00 per win. But as was said about Tennessee that number can drop a large margin if VPI can win its final 2 games the ACC Championship and its BCS bowl game under that scenario the price tag would be a meager $167,333,34 per game.
~ Rich Rodriguez is a very cheap by way of comparison costing $162,500.00 with 4 more games to play this season, which could reduce that number to $108,334.00 per win. With only one other coach in his range of pay and bang for buck being Mark Mangino I think that Hot Rod has done pretty well by us.
~ Mark Mangino is costing Kansas $150,124.10 per win thus far. And with his Cinderella season he has an opportunity to reduce that sum substantially with wins in its final 2 regular season games an appearance in the Big 12 Championship and a BCS Bowl win. Were that to happen the Jayhawks would only be in the till for 107,231.50 per win. This guy looks to be the pound for pound champ.
~ Needless to say these numbers are staggering. How Charlie Weis has a job after this year is beyond me.
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