Audit questions Colorado spending, advances, camps
DENVER -- In another unseemly glimpse inside the Colorado football program, state auditors said Monday that former coach Gary Barnett's offseason camp was such a bookkeeping mess they couldn't be sure whether more than $400,000 worth of transactions broke any rules.
The long-awaited audit detailed three years of sloppy accounting within Barnett's camp and cited repeated examples of financial carelessness inside the athletic department.
Missing paperwork, a lack of spending ...
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