Here's what Michigan State's football coaching performance has yielded: The third-highest-paid head coach in the Big Ten, the second-highest paid staff and the highest-paid assistant coach.

The school announced Tuesday that head coach Mark Dantonio has signed a new deal that increases his annual compensation from just less than $2 million to $3.64 million. It is a six-year, rolling deal, up from five.

That puts Dantonio at No. 3 in the conference, according to the most recent published reports of annual salaries, behind Ohio State's Urban Meyer ($4.6 million) and Iowa's Kirk Ferentz ($3.875).

Michigan head coach Brady Hoke made more than $4 million in 2013, but about $700,000 of that came from deferred compensation and bonuses.

"Mark Dantonio and his assistants have done a remarkable job in putting Michigan State football back on the national map and positioning it to compete for Big Ten championships on a consistent basis,” MSU athletic director Mark Hollis said in a statement of a coach who just completed a 13-1 season and beat Stanford in the Rose Bowl. “The amended contract and enhanced compensation reflect his and his coaching staff's value in the current marketplace.”

MSU defensive coordinator/assistant head coach Pat Narduzzi is now the highest-paid Big Ten assistant at $904,583 a year. He passes U-M defensive coordinator Greg Mattison ($850,000) for the top spot.