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Subject: Re: Ivy Coaching Comparison

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Date Posted: 08:29:41 12/26/21 Sun
In reply to: Bob Thomas 's message, "Ivy Coaching Comparison" on 01:17:20 12/26/21 Sun

The Berndt achievement is most impressive.

Prior to winning his first title in 1982 Penn had only garnered one Ivy title in 1959.

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Date Posted: 09:50:07 12/26/21 Sun

According to former Dartmouth coach Joe Yucika, several Ivy teams implemented their AI bands immediately in 1981. Penn waited until the last possible minute to do so five years later and won with guys that other Ivies didn't have a prayer of admitting.

After Penn implemented its own AI band as well, the party ended.

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Date Posted: 11:26:15 12/26/21 Sun

The after party has been pretty good.
Penn has won 18 conference championships (all of which in the Ivy League), winning 13 outright and five shared.[7]

Year Conference Coach Overall record Conference record
1959 Ivy League Steve Sebo 7–1–1 6–1
1982† Jerry Berndt 7–3 5–2
1983† Jerry Berndt 6–3–1 5–1–1
1984 Jerry Berndt 8–1 7–0
1985 Jerry Berndt 7–2–1 6–1
1986 Ed Zubrow 10–0 7–0
1988† Ed Zubrow 9–1 6–1
1993 Al Bagnoli 10–0 7–0
1994 Al Bagnoli 9–0 7–0
1998 Al Bagnoli 8–2 6–1
2000 Al Bagnoli 7–3 6–1
2002 Al Bagnoli 9–1 7–0
2003 Al Bagnoli 10–0 7–0
2009 Al Bagnoli 8–2 7–0
2010 Al Bagnoli 9–1 7–0
2012 Al Bagnoli 6–4 6–1
2015† Ray Priore 7–3 6–1
2016† Ray Priore 7–3 6–1

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Date Posted: 15:29:50 12/26/21 Sun

Speaking of comparisons, are the salaries of the current Ivy football Head Coaches listed somewhere? I’m curious of the differential from highest to lowest paid and how that relates to their latest W-L records.

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Date Posted: 16:09:07 12/26/21 Sun

My experience shows that total comp packages for highest paid Ivy coaches are state secrets, zealously guarded. Too great a risk of faculty envy and resultant blowback were the true numbers to get out.

Carm Cozza would jokingly (but somewhat ruefully) tell friends that his first contract with Yale, signed in 1965, was three years at $16,500 per year. Back then, there was an ironclad rule that the Yale HC could not be paid as much as a full professor. Rumor has it that full cost of Bagnoli deal with Columbia tops a million per year, when the value of his housing deal is factored in. I think that most would place a big bet that Bagnoli has best package in League, and I would venture that Murphy comes in at no. 2.

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Date Posted: 16:43:14 12/26/21 Sun

Bagnoli at number one makes sense in that Columbia knew it had one chance to hire a coach who had proven beyond any doubt he could win as a head coach in the Ivy League. If Columbia had whiffed on Bagnoli, the next candidate would have been much less desirable and much more risky.

Murphy at number two also makes sense because Amaker essentially raised the ceiling for all Harvard coaches. That’s not to say the benefits would flow to anybody beyond the football coach, but Amaker’s compensation package crossed the Rubicon. No professor would complain about Murphy’s deal because Amaker was already in the stratosphere.

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