Kevin Gemmell I guess some mistakes you never stop paying for.Leading offThe USA Today annual database of coaches salaries, which was released Wednesday, always draws plenty of debate. Coach "X" is overpaid. Coach "Y" is underpaid. Whatever your stance, one thing is for sure ... coaches salaries are at an all-time high. And thus, the expectations are equally high.Here’s how things shape up for the Pac-12 coaches, based on total compensation. Chris Petersen, Washington, $3,681, 720 Rich Rodriguez, Arizona, 3,298,500 Jim Mora, UCLA, $3,250,000 Mike Leach, Washington State, $2,750,000 Todd Graham, Arizona State, $2,702,960 Kyle Whittingham, Utah, $2,200,000 David Shaw, Stanford, $2,012,666 Mike MacIntyre, Colorado, $2,010,150 Mark Helfrich, Oregon, $2,000,000 Sonny Dykes, Cal, $1,808,000 Mike Riley, Oregon State, $1,510,008 Steve Sarkisian, USC, N/AWhen talking to some coaches last February for a story about potential coaching changes in the future, a few of them expressed to me that the main reason coaches only get three years now is the salaries. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-12 Blog Click here to view the article.