Spencer Fane attorneys Roger Denny and Bob Lattinville conduct research annually in conjunction with USA Today to compile college coaches’ salary databases. For NCAA college football salaries, they’ve developed databases for head coaches, assistant coaches, and strength coaches.
USA Today, Business Insider, Forbes, and Fox Business recently cited the research in multiple articles. See below for a representative list of citing the research.
- Fired or hired: Brady Hoke example of how hot market takes care of college football assistant coaches – USA Today
- Bang for the buck: Six college football assistant coaches who deserve big payday – USA Today
- College Football Week 15 Guide: Final Spot In Playoff Could Be A Multi-Team Beauty Contest – Forbes
- College football’s highest-paid coaches earn millions, fly private at taxpayer-funded public universities – Fox Business
- 25 highest-paid college football coaches – Business Insider
- Every bonus earned by NCAA football coaches in Football Bowl Subdivision so far this season – USA Today
- Mainbar: Auburn coach Gus Malzahn – USA Today
- Findings sidebar: 6 surprising numbers from college football coaches salaries report – USA Today
- Opinion piece: 7 worst deals among college football coaches contracts – USA Today
- Sidebar about Michigan State coach getting close to triggering $4.3 million bonus – USA Today
- Photo Gallery: Contract facts for the 30 coaches making at least $4 million this season – USA Today
- College football coaches on the hot seat, and how much would cost to fire them – USA Today
- College football coaches vs. governors: Who makes more money? – USA Today
- 6 surprising numbers from college football coaches salaries report – USA Today