College football coaches make incredible amounts of money in today's football-obsessed society. Schools want wins and they want a lot of them. They want conference championships and national championships.
And they're willing to pay for them.
According to a study conducted by USA TODAY, at least two-dozen head coaches made more than $2 million in 2010.
Doesn't that seem ridiculous?
There is no doubt that these men work extremely hard in an excruciatingly competitive field, but many are overpaid.
Here are the 20 most-overpaid head coaches in the FBS.