Pac-10 coaching salaries: From No. 1 to No. 85

July, 30, 2009
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Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller

The Orlando Sentinel ranked the salaries of all Football Bowl Subdivision coaches, and the Pac-10 started high and finished low.

While USC coach Pete Carroll was No. 1 with a salary of $4.4 million a year, he was the only conference coach in the top 25.

Washington State's Paul Wulff ranked 85th with $600,000 a year, which was lowest among BCS conference coaches.

Five of the top 11 salaries came from the SEC. Notre Dame's Charlie Weis ranked second with $4.2 million annually.

The Pac-10 coaches, their national ranking and their salary.

1. Pete Carroll, USC: $4.4 million
T26. Jeff Tedford, California: $1.85 million
T26. Steve Sarkisian, Washington: $1.85 million
T34. Chip Kelly, Oregon: $1.5 million
T45. Rick Neuheisel, UCLA: $1.25 million
T55. Dennis Erickson, Arizona State: $1.1 million
T55. Mike Riley, Oregon State: $1.1 million
65. Mike Stoops, Arizona: $1.025 million
T66. Jim Harbaugh, Stanford: $1 million
T85. Paul Wulff, Washington State: $600,000

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