The highest-paid basketball coaches in the 2017 March Madness tournament

March Madness is in full swing, which means brackets are getting smaller and pressure's getting higher.

Sixty-eight Division 1 teams are fighting for their shot at the coveted NCAA championship title -- but the players aren't the only ones on the court that score big from a win.

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We took a look at the salaries and bonuses of some of your favorite head college coaches in the 2017 tournament, and trust us -- these numbers are the real madness behind March Madness.

Duke's legendary Coach K unsurprisingly leads the pack with a jaw-dropping $7,299,666 paycheck -- a $1,255,687 jump from last year -- but Kentucky's John Calipari is closing in on the Blue Devil with a total pay of $6,875,376.

Arizona, Kansas and Michigan State's coaches take spots 3, 4 and 5 respectively, and the men behind West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Indiana, Wichita State and Connecticut round out the top 10.

See a full ranking of all the head coaches in the 2017 tournament below: