USA Today once again continues its terrific college football investigative reporting this week with their annual report on coaching salaries. (It does not yet include data for assistant coaches, as the 2009 report does.) It is important to note that the data is very incomplete. Private schools do not have to comply with FOIA requests. Many public schools do not share information on outside income sources. IIRC, Pitt/PSU/Temple are considered semi-public institutions in Pennsylvania and do not have to respond to certain records requests either. This year Greg Schiano ranked 25th of athletic departments that at least partially responded to USA Today's survey, a dip from 22nd in 2009. If you're curious as to where he ranks in the real numbers, another 2009 study had Schiano 27th in total compensation. The figures do not adjust for taxes and cost of living, which would further diminish the relative value of Schiano's compensation.