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How many millions of dollars have been paid out in the last 10 years for KU football coaches?

Starting with 2002, which was Mark Mangino’s first year at Kansas, and running through the firing of Turner Gill last month, KU has paid roughly $23 million dollars to head football coaches during the past 10 seasons. That number does not include incentives but does include the $3 million settlement between KU and Mangino after Mangino’s resignation in 2009 and the remaining $6 million owed to Gill within 90 days of his firing. In addition, new KU coach Charlie Weis is slated to make $2.5 million per year for the next five years.


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