The Top 10 Jobs in all of FOOTBALL from ESPN. Texas is # 2. 2. University of Texas When they hand you the coaching keys to the Longhorns' football program, you get the most expensive car on the lot. According to research done at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus, Texas' football program is worth $805 million -- more than the Forbes-calculated value of the Jacksonville Jaguars ($770 million), St. Louis Rams ($780 million) and Oakland Raiders ($785 million). In other words, the Longhorns aren't sweating the $5.35 million salary they pay Mack Brown. Or the $25.9 million (U.S. Department of Education figures) they spent on the program in 2011. If you can't win at Texas, then you ought to consider another profession. The school and Austin are drop-dead gorgeous. You usually get first pick of the state's lonnnnnng list of quality recruits. And it doesn't hurt to have your very own Longhorn Network. Every conceivable advantage awaits. Not new information but still depressing.
From today's mackbrown-texasfootball.com front page. Yeah... Mack probably shouldn't rush out and buy a new tuxedo just yet.