Cal football head coach Jeff Tedford is 5-1 in bowl games in seven seasons in the Strawberry Canyon.
He's a two-time Pac-10 Coach of the year, has a conference co-championship under his belt, and leads the eighth-highest-ranked team in the country heading into Week Three of the college football season.
And yet, he's only the 26th-highest-paid coach in the country.
Despite producing a year-end Top-25 team in four of the last five seasons and climbing into the Top-10 consecutively from 2004-2007, 25 other coaches are getting bigger money than Berkeley's papa bear.
Some are deserved (Urban Meyer), some not so much (Rich Rodriguez).
In an effort to sort things out, we break down the highest-paid coaches, from 25 to one, with a look at just how much programs are paying per win.
Source: CoachesHotSeat.com, gathered from contracts and media reports.