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Mark Emmert makes how much exactly?

In 2011, Mark Emmert was paid nearly $1.7 million to run the NCAA into the ground.

According to USA Today, the NCAA's 2011 tax return states Emmert was paid $1.2 million in base salary, $234,300 in retirement, $214,947 in other compensation and $23,689 in nontaxable benefits. (Due to the complexity of the NCAA's filing as a non-profit, the turnaround process is significantly delayed. Hence, why Emmert's 2011 salary is the most recent available.)

Emmert's $1.7 million salary is nearly double that of his predecessor, Myles Brand, who banked $1.145 million in his last year on the job. In fact, Emmert's top lieutentant, chief operating officer Jim Isch, nearly matched Brand's salary at $977,531 in 2011.

Emmert made $870,000 in his final year as the president of the University of Washington.

Were he a football coach, Emmert's $1,674,095 salary would have ranked 51st among his peers in 2012, just behind Kentucky's Joker Phillips ($1.79 million) and ahead of Navy's Ken Niumatalolo ($1.605 million). Isch made more than 52 FBS head coaches, just ahead of Purdue's Danny Hope ($970,000) and behind Boston College's Frank Spaziani ($1.094 million). 

 

Author: Zach Barnett
Zach Barnett is a native of Denton, Texas and a graduate of the University of Texas. He joined FootballScoop in 2012 after two years at the National Football Foundation. His hobbies include watching college football, reading about college football and writing about college football.