College basketball coaches across the state of Texas are making plenty of money this season.
On Wednesday, USA Today released its list of the highest paid Division I head coaches in the country.
In the overall salary hierarchy, of the five Power Five conference coaches, not a single one from Texas ranks inside the top 10, and only two ranked inside the top 30.
The top earner from the Lone Star State is Texas coach Shaka Smart, who will make a total of $3.1 million for the 2017-2018 season.
That figure ranks Smart 11th overall nationally. He's also the third highest-paid coach in the Big 12, trailing Kansas' Bill Self ($4.95 million) and West Virginia's Bob Huggins ($3.76 million).
The publication did not list the salary of TCU coach Jamie Dixon. This is likely due to the fact that TCU is a private university.
Duke's Mike Krzyzewski tops the list at $8,982,325, followed by Kentucky's John Calipari ($7,994,147), Ohio State's Chris Holtmann ($7,149,849), Self ($4,954,877), and Michigan State's Tom Izzo ($4,359,979).
Here is the salary ranking of Texas head coaches from Power Five programs:
1. Shaka Smart, Texas: $3.1 million; No. 11 nationally
2. Scott Drew, Baylor: $2.87 million; No. 16 nationally
3. Billy Kennedy, Texas A&M: $2.35 million; No. 31 nationally
4. Chris Beard, Texas Tech: $1.5 million; No. 58 nationally