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Mack Brown's Comparative Record and Salary Since 2010

If anyone is unsure why Mack Brown needs to go (including and ESPECIALLY Mack himself) a chart I put together below should clear it all up. Here's some highlights:

  • 2nd highest paid head coach in FBS (source: USA Today)
  • 38 teams in FBS with better records since 2010
  • 30 teams currently in Automatic Qualifying conferences with better records since 2010
  • 26 teams currently in AQ conferences minus the dubious AAC with better records since 2010 (28 if include old BE teams still in AAC)
  • 37 teams currently in AQ conferences minus AAC with worse records since 2010 (40 if include old BE teams still in AAC)
  • That places MB's record since 2010 in the 60th percentile of AQ teams - pretty average (actually that was a "D" when I was going to UT)
  • 8 of the 13 other teams Texas shared time with in the B12 have better records since 2010

If Mack had any honor or shame he would've returned half his compensation since 2010 - average pay for his average results. He has an entitlement problem (the same one that has plagued his teams for years). Being paid for work results 5+ years ago is not a salary, it's a pension, and last I knew he didn't retire after 2009.

Don't cry for MB, he had a good run, we thank him for the memories. But FBS coaches get paid to win, especially at Texas. He's a very rich man now, wealthier than most everyone who reads BON will ever be. Wealthier than many coaches who have won more games than him since 2010 will ever be. Entitlement endears little sympathy. Four years to turn things around is an eternity in the sport - look at what Auburn and Mizzou just did. The legend Bobby Bowden was forced out at FSU following a similar four-year run of 30-22 from 2006-2009, ten years after his last National Championship. They won their conference three years after he left, and did it again this, the fourth year after and will be playing for a NC in January. Four years IS an eternity. Mack can blame no one but himself, he needs to look in the mirror, not wag his finger at fans or "meddling" regents. He had his chances since 2010 and 55-17 + 63-21. I pray he leaves gracefully.

(*many coaching changes have been made since 2010, so 2013 compensation may not correspond to the same coach(es) responsible for the four-year record; ^FBS transition teams)

FBS W-L Record Since 2010 + Head Coach Total Compensation (2013)*
Team Conf AQ TotalW TotalL Win% Total Comp
Alabama SEC x 46 6 .885 $5,545,852
Oregon P10 x 46 6 .885 $1,800,000
Stanford P10 x 46 7 .868 N/A
Boise St MW 43 8 .843 $2,151,500
Northern Illinois MAC 46 9 .836 $376,000
Louisiana St SEC x 43 9 .827 $4,459,363
Ohio St B1G x 42 9 .824 $4,608,000
Florida St ACC x 43 10 .811 $2,750,000
Oklahoma B12 x 42 10 .808 $4,773,167
Oklahoma St B12 x 41 10 .804 $3,450,000
South Carolina SEC x 41 11 .788 $3,322,500
Michigan St B1G x 41 12 .774 $1,959,744
Wisconsin B1G x 39 14 .736 $2,120,823
Clemson ACC x 37 15 .712 $2,550,024
Auburn SEC x 37 15 .712 $2,440,000
Central Florida AAC x* 37 15 .712 $1,534,728
Louisville AAC/BE x 36 15 .706 $3,738,500
Baylor B12 x 36 15 .706 $2,426,360
Notre Dame I x 36 15 .706 $1,088,179
Nebraska B1G x 37 16 .698 $2,975,000
Virginia Tech ACC x 37 16 .698 $2,541,616
Texas Christian B12 x 35 16 .686 $3,120,760
Texas A&M SEC x 35 16 .686 $3,100,300
Kansas St B12 x 35 16 .686 $2,803,000
Georgia SEC x 36 17 .679 $3,314,000
Missouri SEC x 34 17 .667 $2,800,200
USC P10 x 34 17 .667 $2,594,091
Old Dominion^ I 8 4 .667 $450,000
Cincinnati AAC/BE x 33 17 .660 $3,143,000
Ohio MAC 34 18 .654 $513,900
BYU I 33 18 .647 N/A
Michigan B1G x 33 18 .647 $4,154,000
San Diego St MW 33 18 .647 $800,000
Toledo MAC 33 18 .647 $457,500
Fresno St MW 32 19 .627 $655,000
Penn St B1G x 31 19 .620 $3,282,779
Houston AAC x* 31 19 .620 $902,100
Arkansas St SB 31 19 .620 $724,597
Tulsa CUSA 32 20 .615 $619,549
Texas B12 x 30 20 .600 $5,453,750
Nevada MW 31 21 .596 $525,000
Miami (FL) ACC x 29 20 .592 $2,148,107
Navy I 29 20 .592 $1,514,240
Ball St MAC 29 20 .592 $399,000
Florida SEC x 30 21 .588 $2,734,500
Mississippi St SEC x 30 21 .588 $2,700,000
West Virginia B12 x 30 21 .588 $2,630,000
Arizona St P10 x 30 21 .588 $2,303,020
Utah St MW 30 21 .588 $502,500
North Carolina ACC x 29 21 .580 $1,730,000
Louisiana-Lafayette SB 29 21 .580 $803,000
Washington P10 x 29 22 .569 $2,575,000
Arkansas SEC x 28 22 .560 $5,158,863
Utah P10 x 28 22 .560 $2,427,100
Texas Tech B12 x 28 22 .560 $1,855,300
East Carolina CUSA 28 22 .560 $1,150,000
Rutgers AAC/BE x 28 22 .560 $860,000
UTSA^ CUSA 19 15 .559 $351,150
Northwestern B1G x 28 23 .549 $2,221,153
Syracuse ACC x 27 23 .540 N/A
Iowa B1G x 27 23 .540 $3,985,000
Georgia Tech ACC x 28 24 .538 $2,515,500
UCLA P10 x 28 24 .538 $2,300,000
Louisiana Tech CUSA 26 23 .531 $510,000
North Carolina St ACC x 27 24 .529 $2,555,000
Arizona P10 x 26 24 .520 $2,150,000
Marshall CUSA 26 24 .520 $621,320
Southern Methodist AAC x* 27 25 .519 $1,911,511
Pittsburgh ACC x 26 25 .510 N/A
Vanderbilt SEC x 25 25 .500 $1,842,771
Rice CUSA 25 25 .500 $646,386
Kent St MAC 25 25 .500 $382,500
Western Kentucky SB 24 25 .490 $855,600
Middle Tennessee CUSA 24 25 .490 $704,004
Bowling Green MAC 24 25 .490 $401,000
Temple AAC x* 23 25 .479 N/A
Air Force MW 24 27 .471 $903,100
Oregon St P10 x 23 26 .469 $1,417,843
Louisiana-Monroe SB 23 26 .469 $288,268
San Jose St MW 23 27 .460 $525,000
Maryland ACC x 22 27 .449 $2,025,440
Duke ACC x 22 27 .449 $1,792,285
Troy SB 22 27 .449 $481,000
Texas St^ SB 16 20 .444 $373,375
Tennessee SEC x 21 28 .429 $4,860,000
Connecticut AAC/BE x 21 28 .429 $1,700,000
Boston College ACC x 20 28 .417 N/A
North Texas CUSA 20 28 .417 $545,300
Southern Mississippi CUSA 21 30 .412 $701,200
Mississippi SEC x 20 29 .408 $2,005,500
Minnesota B1G x 20 29 .408 $1,200,000
Wyoming MW 20 29 .408 $1,200,000
Iowa St B12 x 20 30 .400 $1,712,282
Illinois B1G x 20 30 .400 $1,700,000
Hawaii MW 20 31 .392 $620,000
Central Michigan MAC 19 30 .388 $360,600
Florida International CUSA 19 31 .380 $500,000
Wake Forest ACC x 18 31 .367 $2,251,635
Virginia ACC x 18 31 .367 $2,189,703
South Florida AAC/BE x 18 31 .367 $1,807,745
Western Michigan MAC 18 31 .367 $392,500
Purdue B1G x 18 32 .360 $2,160,833
Miami (OH) MAC 18 32 .360 $400,000
Buffalo MAC 17 31 .354 $325,000
Colorado St MW 17 32 .347 $1,350,000
South Alabama^ SB 8 16 .333 $384,450
California P10 x 16 33 .327 $2,394,000
UTEP CUSA 16 33 .327 $500,000
Washington St P10 x 15 33 .313 $2,250,000
Indiana B1G x 15 33 .313 $1,291,220
Army I 15 33 .313 $401,500
Tulane CUSA 15 34 .306 N/A
Kentucky SEC x 15 34 .306 $2,001,250
Florida Atlantic CUSA 14 34 .292 $497,224
Colorado P10 x 13 36 .265 $2,403,500
UNLV MW 13 37 .260 $503,749
UAB CUSA 12 36 .250 $550,000
Eastern Michigan MAC 12 36 .250 $374,937
Memphis AAC x* 10 38 .208 $956,779
Idaho I 10 39 .204 $400,011
Kansas B12 x 9 39 .188 $2,503,727
New Mexico MW 9 40 .184 $763,600
New Mexico St I 9 40 .184 $375,000
Akron MAC 8 40 .167 $400,000
Massachusetts^ MAC 2 22 .083 $418,930
Georgia St^ SB 0 12 .000 $510,000

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