The 10 highest-paid college basketball coaches

This year’s Final Four coaches have one thing in common: None is among the 10 highest-paid coaches in the NCAA tournament.

USA Today released its annual list of men’s college basketball coaches’ salaries among NCAA tournament teams on Wednesday, and while the Bluegrass State duo of Rick Pitino and John Calipari tops all tournament coaches in total pay, Oregon’s Dana Altman is the highest-paid tournament coach whose team is still standing this season.

Matt Fortuna

All numbers courtesy of USA Today.

<p>Buzz Williams, Virginia Tech: $2,655,000 </p>
No. 10

Buzz Williams, Virginia Tech: $2,655,000

<p>Scott Drew, Baylor: $2,818,811 </p>
No. 9

Scott Drew, Baylor: $2,818,811

<p>Gregg Marshall, Wichita State: $3,035,500 </p>
No. 8

Gregg Marshall, Wichita State: $3,035,500

<p>John Beilein, Michigan: $3,370,000 </p>
No. 7

John Beilein, Michigan: $3,370,000

<p>Bob Huggins, West Virginia: $3,590,000 </p>
No. 6

Bob Huggins, West Virginia: $3,590,000

<p>Tom Izzo, Michigan State: $4,251,751 </p>
No. 5

Tom Izzo, Michigan State: $4,251,751

<p>Bill Self, Kansas: $4,932,626 </p>
No. 4

Bill Self, Kansas: $4,932,626

<p>Mike Krzyzewski, Duke: $5,550,475 </p>
No. 3

Mike Krzyzewski, Duke: $5,550,475

<p>John Calipari, Kentucky: $7,435,376 </p>
No. 2

John Calipari, Kentucky: $7,435,376

<p>Rick Pitino, Louisville: $7,769,200 </p>
No. 1

Rick Pitino, Louisville: $7,769,200

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