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How much does he make? I would have pegged him at 80-100k. Now I'm hearing its exponentially more. Who determines his compensation?
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Base salary of 475 in December 2010
My old high school football coach/AD makes 100k a year. JJ makes bank.
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I believe its $600k, which is in the ball park of average. There are several that make over $1 million.
I see why it's so important for him that he keeps his job.
Didnt see a buyout for the AD in Ron's post.Is there a buyout for those guys (Prez and AD)? We really need to build this football program up from the ground.
Bonus? For what? Here's 150k more for being an incompetent jackass.
$5,500 Non-University compensation
SEC (some 2011, some 2012)
$2.56 M - Vanderbilt (Williams is Vice Chancellor, General Counsel, and Professor of Law)
$1.545 M - Florida
$1.00 M - Texas A&M (with incentives)
$750k - Tennessee
$725k - LSU
$675k - South Carolina
$659k - Missouri
$655k - Kentucky
$605k - Auburn
$562k - Arkansas
$560k - Alabama
$465k - Georgia
$429k - Ole Miss
$300k - Mississippi State
$601k - Clemson
$908k - Duke
$350k - FSU
$1.42 M - Louisville
$700k - Michigan
$321k - Nebraska
$932k - Notre Dame
$1.04 M - Ohio State
$500k - Oregon
$600k - Pitt
$1.09 M - Texas
$688k - UCLA
$694k - Wake Forest
$1.00 M - Wisconsin
$405k - West Virginia
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by jadennis 17 months ago
Thanks for the numbers. Any idea how much the presidents at those universities make? Some of those ADs must be making more than their presidents which seems crazy to me. I realize you pay what the market dictates, but I just can't believe that it is more difficult to find a good AD than it is to find a good president.
You would have pegged a guy in charge of a multimillion dollar business at $80-100K?
"you're so vain, I'll bet you think this post is about you, don't you? Don't you?"
All of your posts are begging for someone to argue with you.
Get a hobby
With his background, 80-100k would be plenty
To be fair, he has the same pre-AD background as Jeremy Foley, who makes $1.5 million.
I'd guess his position as Assistant Athletics Director in 1991 paid more than $80-100k.
Now if you want to say he's EARNED $80-100k for making our equestrian and golf teams notable while watching his head football coach turn our program into the equivalent of South East Auburn State Community College...I can get on board with that.
This post was edited by jadennis 17 months ago
$100m isn"t that big of a business. I'd say most people that run $100m businesses don't make $600k.
Got plenty of them, just baffled by some of the stupidity (not really this thread, just trying to put it in scalable terms) I see posted.
That's what I was wondering.
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