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Topic:  47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
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Pataskala
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  Message Not Read  47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/5/2019 1:50:08 PM 
An interesting read from the PD. Ohio has three: Solich, Phillips and Boldon.

Sort of chuckled when I read that Kent paid Haynes $884,444 last year and got two wins out of him -- $442,222 per win. And one of those was against a 1AA school. He was the fourth-highest paid college football coach in the state.

https://www.cleveland.com/expo/sports/g66l-2019/03/f802e8...


Actually, the phrase is "Ohio on the Charles."

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colobobcat66
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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/6/2019 10:54:53 AM 
Got to think Boldon will be hired away real soon. Hes been a bargain here.

By the way, this survey is only for head coaches, probably 6-8 more assistant coaches, mostly at State, making more than $250,000.

Last Edited: 3/6/2019 10:59:06 AM by colobobcat66

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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/6/2019 12:43:53 PM 
Two things I took note of from that list;

1. Jason Candle at #6 overall being paid $400K more than Solich last year and getting waxed two years in a row in Toledo's bowl games. He also makes Solich seem like a bargain.

2. Miami's HOCKEY coach comes in at #9 overall! He's also paid more than Solich. I had no idea hockey was such a big sport at Miami.

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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/6/2019 2:15:27 PM 
Mark Lembright '85 wrote:
Two things I took note of from that list;

1. Jason Candle at #6 overall being paid $400K more than Solich last year and getting waxed two years in a row in Toledo's bowl games. He also makes Solich seem like a bargain.

2. Miami's HOCKEY coach comes in at #9 overall! He's also paid more than Solich. I had no idea hockey was such a big sport at Miami.



Fiami has a hockey program that has seriously received money there. The fundraising for the sport has been on another level.

That said, as some will attest here, it came at the cost of their other sports financially. Now that the hockey equation is back on track, safe to say their fundraising is looking at everything else to get it back up to their standards. Jokingly we think they suck, but in all seriousness they will attempt to fundraise to get them back to the top.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/8/2019 10:01:33 AM 
Mark Lembright '85 wrote:
Two things I took note of from that list;

2. Miami's HOCKEY coach comes in at #9 overall! He's also paid more than Solich. I had no idea hockey was such a big sport at Miami.



Miami, despite no real success in the sport previously, went all in on hockey to the detriment of their other sports in the early 2000s including a new arena. It seemed to pay off for them for awhile, and they had a decent run of 8 or 9 years where they were a top 10 program, but then the wheels came off. They locked themselves into the contract with the coach (and it's questionable now whether the success was the result of their coach or an assistant who's now at BG).

It's rather questionable if they can bounce back. Other than that brief period of being a top team (when in true Miami fashion they started calling themselves a "hockey school" and "college hockey's newest dynasty" despite not having actually won anything) they are in no way a college hockey blueblood. The shine is off their new arena which is nice but not anything truly special. They're locked into a prohibitive buyout with the coach. They're clearly the third best D1 program in Ohio, which is a state without much high school hockey culture.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/8/2019 10:21:39 AM 
Buckeye to Bobcat wrote:
Mark Lembright '85 wrote:
Two things I took note of from that list;

1. Jason Candle at #6 overall being paid $400K more than Solich last year and getting waxed two years in a row in Toledo's bowl games. He also makes Solich seem like a bargain.

2. Miami's HOCKEY coach comes in at #9 overall! He's also paid more than Solich. I had no idea hockey was such a big sport at Miami.



Fiami has a hockey program that has seriously received money there. The fundraising for the sport has been on another level.

That said, as some will attest here, it came at the cost of their other sports financially. Now that the hockey equation is back on track, safe to say their fundraising is looking at everything else to get it back up to their standards. Jokingly we think they suck, but in all seriousness they will attempt to fundraise to get them back to the top.


One of Miami's hockey teams made it to the NCAA Frozen Four title game.



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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/8/2019 11:27:37 AM 
Mike Johnson wrote:
Buckeye to Bobcat wrote:
Mark Lembright '85 wrote:
Two things I took note of from that list;

1. Jason Candle at #6 overall being paid $400K more than Solich last year and getting waxed two years in a row in Toledo's bowl games. He also makes Solich seem like a bargain.

2. Miami's HOCKEY coach comes in at #9 overall! He's also paid more than Solich. I had no idea hockey was such a big sport at Miami.



Fiami has a hockey program that has seriously received money there. The fundraising for the sport has been on another level.

That said, as some will attest here, it came at the cost of their other sports financially. Now that the hockey equation is back on track, safe to say their fundraising is looking at everything else to get it back up to their standards. Jokingly we think they suck, but in all seriousness they will attempt to fundraise to get them back to the top.


One of Miami's hockey teams made it to the NCAA Frozen Four title game.


Yeah, they had a two goal lead with a few minutes left in the game and crooked. It's been down hill since. They got big headed and joined the NCHC instead of staying with the core of what was left of the CCHA. They are bottom feeders of the NCHC with no real chance to get better.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/8/2019 12:37:01 PM 
Very interesting information. I had to laugh at how Ohio State basically throws obscene amounts of money at their coaches which I expected, but other than that there were a few "head scratchers" in there for me. Specifically, why does Kent State pay their golf coach $274K per year? Why does Kent State pay their baseball coach $375K per year, and why does BGSU pay their WBB coach $674K per year and their FB coach approximately $16K less at $658K per year? Finally, compared to what Miami, Kent State, Toledo and UC are paying their FB coaches, Frank Solich is a steal for us. Again, I took OSU out of the mix because they throw money at everything.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/9/2019 8:15:57 AM 
Day Tripper wrote:
Mike Johnson wrote:
Buckeye to Bobcat wrote:
Mark Lembright '85 wrote:
Two things I took note of from that list;

1. Jason Candle at #6 overall being paid $400K more than Solich last year and getting waxed two years in a row in Toledo's bowl games. He also makes Solich seem like a bargain.

2. Miami's HOCKEY coach comes in at #9 overall! He's also paid more than Solich. I had no idea hockey was such a big sport at Miami.



Fiami has a hockey program that has seriously received money there. The fundraising for the sport has been on another level.

That said, as some will attest here, it came at the cost of their other sports financially. Now that the hockey equation is back on track, safe to say their fundraising is looking at everything else to get it back up to their standards. Jokingly we think they suck, but in all seriousness they will attempt to fundraise to get them back to the top.


One of Miami's hockey teams made it to the NCAA Frozen Four title game.


Yeah, they had a two goal lead with a few minutes left in the game and crooked. It's been down hill since. They got big headed and joined the NCHC instead of staying with the core of what was left of the CCHA. They are bottom feeders of the NCHC with no real chance to get better.


Miami hubris really knows no bounds. Not only did they get big headed and think they could be a contender in the NCHC, but they went out of their way to blackball Bowling Green and keep them from being invited. Stabbing other in-state schools in the back (and we were certainly on the receiving end of it in the 60s) seems to be the only thing that Chicago's Safety School is really good at.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/9/2019 8:49:10 AM 
Pataskala wrote:
An interesting read from the PD. Ohio has three: Solich, Phillips and Boldon.

Sort of chuckled when I read that Kent paid Haynes $884,444 last year and got two wins out of him -- $442,222 per win. And one of those was against a 1AA school. He was the fourth-highest paid college football coach in the state.

https://www.cleveland.com/expo/sports/g66l-2019/03/f802e8...


Maybe the PD got a lock of clicks and some ad revenue with this one? Without any benchmark data or analysis Iím not sure what the point is.


Can somebody hit a pull up jumper for me?.....

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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/9/2019 1:08:05 PM 
Mark Lembright '85 wrote:
Two things I took note of from that list;

1. Jason Candle at #6 overall being paid $400K more than Solich last year and getting waxed two years in a row in Toledo's bowl games. He also makes Solich seem like a bargain.


That's how I've felt about Solich the past couple of seasons. The fact is he's a name coach meaning the college football world knows him and he's won 100+ games at the school.


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   Posted: 3/9/2019 1:12:03 PM 
ou79 wrote:
Very interesting information. I had to laugh at how Ohio State basically throws obscene amounts of money at their coaches which I expected, but other than that there were a few "head scratchers" in there for me. Specifically, why does Kent State pay their golf coach $274K per year? Why does Kent State pay their baseball coach $375K per year, and why does BGSU pay their WBB coach $674K per year and their FB coach approximately $16K less at $658K per year? Finally, compared to what Miami, Kent State, Toledo and UC are paying their FB coaches, Frank Solich is a steal for us. Again, I took OSU out of the mix because they throw money at everything.


BGSU paying their women's basketball coach $658,000 is maybe the worst return of them all. BG was a great women's program from 2004-2014 and has been pretty awful since. Curt Miller built it and is now a WNBA head coach. Jennifer Roos must have been able to use his athletes for one 30 win season and a long term contract which I'll bet they seriously regret.

The women's basketball salaries in the MAC look like they are higher than most D1 men's coaches.
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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/9/2019 1:22:58 PM 
In the corporate world pay is tied to margin and responsibility. Football has a big staff to manage. Basketball and Hockey bring in revenue. Ohio State is paying its tennis coach 450k, more than all but a handful of college presidents in Ohio that have budgets in the 100's of millions. A tennis coach doesn't do much more than a personal trainer. They don't have a direct impact on the matches. A basketball coach can be loved/hated for a substitution in one particular game.


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   Posted: 3/9/2019 4:36:27 PM 
Uncle Wes wrote:
Ohio State is paying its tennis coach 450k, more than all but a handful of college presidents in Ohio that have budgets in the 100's of millions. A tennis coach doesn't do much more than a personal trainer. They don't have a direct impact on the matches.


They are currently ranked number 1 and recently won the indoor championships. The coach appears to be having an impact.

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  Message Not Read  RE: 47 coaches at public colleges in Ohio make $250,000 or more
   Posted: 3/9/2019 10:04:09 PM 
Kent State has a pretty well-known and respected golf program, with PGA and LPGA players to their credit, most notably Ben Curtis, John Hahn and Mackenzie Hughes.


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