Beilein, 65, signed a two-year contract extension in November 2015 and is under contract through 2021. His annual compensation is $3.37 million.
By comparison, Duke’s Mike Krzyewski ($8.98 million), Kentucky’s John Calipari ($7.45 million), Ohio State’s Chris Holtmann ($7.15 million), Kansas’ Bill Self ($7.15 million) and Michigan State’s Tom Izzo ($4.36 million) were the five highest paid.
Manuel noted that while Beilein’s contract is a bargain “for now,” he’ll have to look closely at all the details with another possible extension in mind.
Looks like Warde is loading up the armored car and ready to drop gold bricks along with a lifetime contract in coach's driveway. Well deserved in my opinion.