School never put raise in coach's contract

Updated: December 3, 2004, 9:23 PM ET
Associated Press

BOULDER, Colo. -- University of Colorado officials say the school has been paying football coach Gary Barnett an extra $60,000 a year since 2002 without a written change to his contract.

The extra money, for running a summer youth football camp, was on top of $140,000 a year his contract calls for him to be paid for the camp.

University spokeswoman Pauline Hale said this week that chancellor Richard Byyny was aware of the raise but that the change was never put in writing. She did ...

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