Tough call. If I am young and prefer coachign Men, I take Miami. There is a lot more upside and with a fair amount of success you can use Miami as a steppign stone. Plus, if you can get to a major program or a major conference, the $1MM would be easy to make.
I would only take the UK job if I preferred coaching in the women's game or it was later in my career and the window of opportunity to coach a major men's program was closing. The UK women's job would actually put you under more preasure. As the highest page coach, you better compte for a title aevery couplle of seasons or you would be out and making far less. Plus, it would be much harder to transition from the women's game to the men's game then the other way around.
At the same time, coaching at a top program with the best facilities and a huge budget, would have to be tempting for any coach. And the $1mm could set your family up for life.
So I wonder if Mitchell or Auriemma have ever been approached to coach a men's team.