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CU Buffs dish out pay raises for football assistant coaches

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Kyle Ringo Camera Sports Writer

    University of Colorado officials have significantly raised the salary pool for assistant coaches in the school`s football program, hoping to help it return to the winning ways of the past.

    Originally posted by Daily Camera
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  2. btbuff

    btbuff It's an inside joke Club Member

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    I hope to see this actually help when countering the multi-year contract deals. Also very interesting, Bieniemy is the highest paid assistant in CU history.....
    Now results.
     
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    sliderNcider MacLovin Club Member

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    Good for Cabral. $76,000 raise.
     
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    66BUFF FTW Club Member

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    combat pay for 5 years with hawk
     
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    A definite sign that the admin is supportive of the athletic program, specifically the football program. This has been a major gripe for most of us on this board and it's good to see them acknowledge the fact that we're in an arms race and our competition has a head start. I do think that the Big 12 mindset will help us in the Pac 12. We've been fighting an unwinnable battle against the likes of Texas, Oklahoma and OSU in a facilities and coaches race for the last 10 years. Now we're in a race we can win, or at least compete.
     

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