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Mike Bohn to receive $918K, lifetime season tickets in CU-Boulder buyout

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Brittany Anas, Camera Staff Writer

    The University of Colorado will spend $918,000 to buy out the remainder of athletic director Mike Bohn's contract, according to a copy of the separation agreement provided to the Daily Camera. In exchange, Bohn promises not to sue the university, according to the separation agreement.

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  2. Darth Snow

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    Wonder what kind of season tix he got? :lol:
     
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    Definitely section 212. That was the AD's final **** you to Bohn.
     
  4. cubuffs85

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    If he takes another job in college athletics does he still keep them?
     
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    That is an interesting question, Will he go after another job, or retire here in boulder, where it seemed he wanted to be. I believe he grew up and went to Boulder High, and with the money he earned, with the buyout, he can probably retire at the age he is.
     
  6. cubuffs85

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    I wouldn't be too sure, he's 51. It sure gives him a safety net and he could probably afford to take some time off. I doubt it's in Mike's nature to retire at this point anyways.
     
  7. sackman

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    He will probably go to work for Chuck Neinas. He can stay in town, keep the tickets, still make good money, and not have to deal with the bull**** of the CU admin. Good life.
     

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