With every day that passes, college football is a business that is growing at a lightning-fast rate.
While most of the financial noise surrounding the game is centered around the astronomical television contracts that have recently come to light, quietly, coaches' salaries are climbing at a similar pace. Alabama head coach Nick Saban has ascended to the top of the ladder and joins Mack Brown of Texas as coaches with salaries north of $5 million per season.
However, in a race to stay competitive in the market for quality coaches, some schools may not be getting the most bang for their bucks, while others are enjoying bargain rates and winning big at the same time.
So which coaches are being overpaid and which of them deserve a raise?
Here are the five most overpaid and the five most underpaid college football coaches.