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Ryan Day Is the Most Underrated, Underpaid Football Coach in America

Total114 Although it looks weird in these times to say that a man making $5.7 million a year is underpaid, this is absolutely the case with Ryan Day at Ohio State. Every year, USA Today publishes the salary and projected yearly income of the highest-paid NCAA head football coaches. Day does not even crack the More

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Written by Ryan Glasspiegel

Ryan Glasspiegel grew up in Connecticut, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and lives in Chicago. Before OutKick, he wrote for Sports Illustrated and The Big Lead. He enjoys expensive bourbon and cheap beer.

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  1. Michigan fan here…feel free to take some of Jim’s salary as I feel he hasn’t accomplished anything in AA to warrant the dollars. However, I will say that 12 months at the helm isn’t enough of a sample size to claim that Ryan Day is underpaid and he certainly isn’t underrated.

    Having said that, if he hangs 100 on Michigan, you can claim any thing you want about Ryan Day and I simply wont have anything to say to the contrary.

    Go Blue!

    (I support all the coaches who have been at AA but Jim has had ample time to get 1, just 1, win against OSU. Hopefully there are secret comms going out to PJ Fleck and Chris Kleiman to get their feelings on coming to AA. Fleck and Kleiman can beat SEC teams as well, that’s a bonus.)

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