P. 1
Athletics

Athletics

|Views: 1,220|Likes:
Published by GazetteOnline
These are contracts for UI athletics employees, including Gary Barta, Kirk Ferentz and Lisa Bluder.
These are contracts for UI athletics employees, including Gary Barta, Kirk Ferentz and Lisa Bluder.

More info:

Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: GazetteOnline on Dec 08, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

12/07/2012

pdf

text

original

.

'

THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT ATHLETICS

DIRECTOR of INTERCOLLEGIATE

THIS AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT betWeen the University of Iowa ("Univer.sity")and Gary Barta {"Di~ector') effective November.

/i._, 2009 is

attached to and incorporates by reference all of the terms and conditions of the Contract -Director of Intercollegiate Athletics effective August 1,2006 ("Contracf'), except those provisions specifically contained herein. The Parties promise and'aqree as follows:

1.

EMPLOYMENTTERM. Paragraph 2' of the Contract is amended to change the date of expiration

of the contract ftom July 31, 2011 to June 30, 2016. 2. SUPPLEMENTALCOMPENSATION. Paragraph 4 of the Contract is amended to provide changes in the supplemental compensation starting September 2010 as set forth below. The current supplementai compensation schedule remains in effect until August 2010: The Director will be eligible for supplemental compensation annually on or . about November 30, 20109, and annually thereafter, based upon the performance
'

in the folloWing areas in the prior fiscal year, as determined by the President, in consultation with the appropriate administrators: a. Academic- possible total of up to $55,000, consisting of the following: - 1-

(1)

Six-year graduation rate of all teams cumulatively equal to or greater than general student body $10,000 Six-year graduation rate average of all terms cumulatively equal to or greater than 70% $15,000 All teams qualify based upon NCAA Academic Performance Rating .. $15,000 Satisfac~ory progress toward goals established in NCAA Certification Self Study Five-Year Plan and Merger Review presidential recommendations'" $15,000

. (2) (3) (4)

b.

Athletic-possible total up to.$55,000, consisting of the following: (1) (2) Top 40 rating in Director Cup rankinps,
. $15,000

Operations and Financial ~tewardship, e.g., cost containment, facilities stewardship. revenue ' growth from operations and private giving, no adverse audit findings $25,000 Exemplary compliance with NCAA, Big Ten and University rules governing Athletics operations $15,000

(3)

c.

Accomplishment of goals·established each year by the President in consultation with the Athletic Director" possible total up to $30,000 to June 30, and at other times as mutually agreed upon to discuss and define more specific expectations with respect to "operations and financialstewardshjp," "satisfactory progress toward goals," "exemplary compliance," and the "accomplishment of goals" leading to th-e possible award of Supplemental Compensation described herein.

* The Director and the President agree to meet at least once annually prior'

3.

. DEFERRED COMPENSATION. The University agrees to modify the current deferred compensation

account for the Director to allow for vesting and payment on January 1, 2010, as outlined in Exhibit B~1 attached hereto, and to institute a new' deferred compensation plan, as outlined in Exhibit 8-2.

-2-

All other terms and conditions of said_ Contract shall remain in full force and effect. I have read and understand the terms contained in this Amendment to Contract, and agree to abide by the terms and conditions set forth.

-3-

Exhibit 8~1 UNIVERSITY OF IOWA DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Current Deferred Compensation Account 1. Pursuant to Paragraph 5 of the Contract ("Contract") between the Univ~rsity of Iowa rUriiversity') and the Director, to which this document is attached as Exhibit B, the University·will maintain an unfunded deferred compensation 'account ("Account") in Director's name to reflect amounts credited pursuant to Paragraph 2 below The Account will be, credited in the amount of (A) Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($75,OOO) on June 30,.2007; (B) Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000) on June 30, 4008; and (C) Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($75,000) on June 30, 2009. Interest on the Account will accrue and be compounded annually at the rate of 5%, begfnning June 30, 2008. The Director's entitlernent to the Account:

2.

3.

A. B.

So long as the Director is employed by the University on January 1, 2010, . the.Director shall. be entitled to the Account balance on that date. The Director, or, in the case of his death, his beneficiary designated in accordance with paragraph 5 below, shan be entitledto receive an amount equal to the Account balance if his employment with the University as Director of Athletics ceases due to his death, dlsabllitytas defined in Paragraph 6e of the Contract) or involuntary termination without cause (as defined in Paragraph 7 of the Contract) prior to January 1, 2010. The entire terminates terminates defined in
.

C.'

Account balance shall be forfeited if the Director voluntarily his employment as Director of Athletics or if the ()niversity the Director's employment as Director of Athletics for cause as Section 6 of the Contract, prior to January 1, 2010.

'.

4.

If the Director, or his beneficiary in the case of his death, becomes entitled to the Account' balance pursuant to paragraph 3 above, the Account balance will be paid to him or his beneficiary, as the case may be, in the form of a sinqle lump sum payment,' made not more than 90 days after the date on which the Director (or his beneflclaryjbecomes entitled to the Account balance. The payment will be in the form of a University check unless the Director or his beneficiary, as the. case may be, and the University mutually agree to an alternative form of payment. .

·

5.

The Director may designate one or more primary beneficiaries or alternative beneficiaries to receive all or specified part of his Account after his death, and the Director may change or ,revoke any such designation from time to time. If he fails to designate a beneficiary, .or revokes a beneficiary desiqnation without naming another 'beneficiary: or designates. one or more beneficiaries none of Whom' survives 'the Director, for. all or any portion Of his Account, such Account or portion will be payable to the Director's surviving spouse or, if the Director is not survived by a spouse, to the Director's estate.

a

6.

subject to applicable withhol~in!;J and other payroll taxes. To the extent that the University is required to withhold federal or state taxes in connection with any benefit realized by tlie Director or any other-person from this Account, it shall be a.condltlon to the receipt of such benefit that the Director or such' other person make arrangements satisfactory to the University for payment of all.such taxes required to be withheld, wHich arrangements may include delivery of a check equal to the amount of such taxes. The', Director acknowledges, understands and agrees that amounts deferred hereunder may be subject to federal and/or state withholding and agrees to any adjusbnents the University might make to meet its withholding obligations under applicable law. ' 7. The benefit provided herein is intended to an unfunded, Ineliqlble plan of deferred compensation within the meaning of Section 4S1(f) of the Internal Revenu~ Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code") and as a nonqualified plan of deferred compensation under section 409Aofthe code, and it is intended thatthe benefit is subject to a substantial risk of forfeiture in accordance with Section 457(f) of the Code. To tfie extent this Account fails to meet the requirements of Section 457(f), it is hereby amended to conform to such requirements. "Contributions" , are reflected through credits to the Account that are adjusted periodically in accordance with the terms of this Exhibit. The Director IS entltled to receive, from the general assets of the University, payments equal to the vested portion the Account, subject to 'the terms herein. Any right created under this Exhibit shall be mere unsecured contractual rights of the Director agaiin'st the University. All amounts deferred herein and the Account are part, of the general funds of the ' University and shall be subject atall times to the claims of the generai creditors of , he Unlversity,'and the Director shall be a general creditor with regard to all t amounts deferred herein. The Director shall have no right to assign, alienate, pledge, or encumber, either voluntarily or involuntarily, any condftionalinterest ih or future benefits anticipated UDder this Exhibit, and no creditor of the Director shall have any right to claim the same.

All amounts ultimately received by the Director from the Account will be subject to applicable tax laws and.lt appropriate, will be treated as, taxable ill come.

of

8.

All amount~ ultimately received by the Director from the Account will be subject to applicable tax laws and, if appropriate, will treated as taxable income subject to applicable withholding and other payroll taxes.

be

9.

In the event that a final determination is made by either the Internal Revenue Service a court of competent jurisdiction that the Account, or a portion of the Account, is- taxable in a tax-period prior to that in which the Director (or his beneflclary) .becomes entitled under Section 3 above, then payment of the _ Accountin the amount determined to be taxable shall be due ninety (90) days after the University's' receipt of notice of such final determination.

or

THE·UNIVERSITY

OF IOWA

Exhibit B-2
UNIVERSITY
.'

OF IOWA

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS·

.

New Deferred

Compensation Account'

1.

2~~. 2.

Pursuant to Paragraph 5 of the Contract ("Contract") between the University of Iowa ("University"):and the Director, to which this document is' attached as Exhibit 8, the University will maintain an unfunded deferred compensation account ('iAccourit") in Director's name to reflect amounts credited. pursuant to Paragraph

..'

The Account will be credited in the amount of (A) Severity Five Thousand Dollars ($75-,:000) on 'June 3D, 20fO; (8) Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($.75,000) on Jurie 30; 2011; (C) One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000) onJuneSu, 2012; (0) One Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($1.25,000) on June·3D, 2013;'(E) One Hundred TV{enty Five-Thousand Dollars ($125,000) onJune 30, 2014; (F). One HUndred Thirty Five Thousand Demars ($135,000) 0':1 June 30, 2015; and (G) One Hundred Thirty Five Thousand Dollars ($,135,000) on June' ·30,2016. Interest on-the Account will accrue and be compounded annually at the rate of 5%, beginning June 30,.2010. :.. ' The Director's entitlement to the Account: .

3.

A

So lonqas the Directoris employed by the University on June 30, 2016, the Director shaf be entitled totheAccount balance on that dataor upon such later date that he and the Univ~rsity agree to <extend -his employment and-the payment to .him of the Account balance, Any. election .with the consent of the Universlty to extend' the Director's employment and the payment to him of the Account balance hereunder shall be madesubject to the following requirements: .

(1) the new election may not take effect until at lea,st twelve (1"2} months after the date on which the new election is made; and . . (2). if the new election relates to.a payment for a reason other than the death or disability of the PartIcipant, the new election must provide for the deferral of the first payment for- a period of at least five (5) years from the date such payment would otherwise have beerr made. _ ..

B.

The Director.or, in the case of his death, his beneficiary designated in . accordance with paragraph 5 below,' shan be entitled .to receive .an amount equal to the Account balance if his employment with the University as Director.of Athletics ceases due to his death, disability (as defined in Paragraph 6e' of the Contract) .or involuntary termlnation without c~use (as

defined in Paraqraph 7 of the Contract) prior to June 30, 2016. C. The .enfire Account balance !?haUbe 'forfeited if the Director voluntarily terminates his employment as Dire·cfor of Athlefies or ifthe,Univ~rsity terminates the Director's ~mploymen~ as Oirector of Athletics for cause as defined in Section 6, of the Contract. prior to June,30, 20.16.' .

.

4.

Ifthe Director, or his beneficiary in the. case of ~.is death; becomes entitled to the Account balance pursuant to paragraph 3 above. the Account balance .wifl . be paid to him or his beneficiary, as the case may be, in the form of a single lump sum payment, made not more than 90 days after fhedate on which the Director (or his beneficiary) becomes entitled to the Account balance. The payment will be in the fonn 'of a University check unless the Director or his' beneficiary, as the Case may.be, and the Uriiversrty mutuallyaqreetoen 'alternative 'form of . payment, ' . The Director may designate one more pri~ary beneficiaries .or alternative 'beneficiaries to receive all or a specified part of his Account after his death, and the Director may change 'Or revoke any such deslqnation from tlme to time! If he fails, to designate a beneficiary, or revokes a beneficiary designation WIthout naming another beneficiary, or designates one or more beneficiaries hone' of whom survives the Director, for all 'or any portion ·of his Account, such 'Account or portion will be payable to the Director's surviving spouse or,' if the Director IS. not suivived by a spouse, to the Director's estate. All amounts ultimately received by the Director from the Account VIiI! be subject to applicable tax laws and, if appropriate, will be treated as taxable income subject to' applicable withholding and other payroll taxes. .To the extent that the' I,Jniversizy is required ·to withhold federal-or state taxes ,in connection with any benefit realized by the Director or any other personfrorn this Account, 'itshalJ be a conditiori to the receipt of such' ben.efit that the Director or such other person ' make'arrangernents satisfactory to the University for payment of all such' taxes required to be withheld, which arrangements may include delivery of a check equal to the amount of such taxes. The Director acknowl.edges, understands and agrees that amounts deferred hereunder may be sublect to federal and/or state withholding and .agrees to any adjustments "the Univ~rSity might make to meet its withholding' obligations under applicable iaw. . The benefit provided herein is intended to an.unfunded, ineligible plan of deterred compensation within the meaning of Section 457(f) of ~he lnternal ~venue Code of1986. as amended (the "Code") and as a no~qua.lified plan of deferred . compensation under section 409A of the code" and it is intended that the, benefit , is subject to a 'eubstential'rlsk offorfeiture in accordance with S~ctiQn 4S7(f)of the Code. To the extent this Account fails to meet the requirements of Section 451(f) , it is hereby amended to conform to such requirements. "Contrlbutions" are reflected through credits .to the Account that ~re adjusted periodically in

5.

or

6.

7.

accordance with the te'nTIsiof this Exhibit. The Director ,is entitled to receive, from the generai assets of the University, payments equal tothe vested porfionofthe Account, subject to the terms herein. 'Any right created under this EXhIbit shall be mere unsecured contractual rights of the Director against the University. All amounts deferred herein and the Account are part of the general funds of the University and shall be subject at all times to the claims of the geneml creditors of, tile .university, and the Director shall be a general creditor with ,regard to ell! amounts deferred herein. The Director shall have no righfto assign, alienate, pledge, or encumber, either voluntarily or involuntarily, any conditional interest in or futu re benefits anticipated under this Exhibit, and no creditor of the Director shall have any right to claim the same. ' .

8'.

All amounts ultimately received by the Director. froin the Account will be subject to applicable tax 'laws and.ff appropriate, will be treated as taxable income subject to applicable withholding and other payroll taxes.
,

'

9.

In the event that a final determination is made by either the Internal Revenue Service or' a court of competent jurisdiction that the Acto-unt, or a pcirf a!") the ,of Account, is taxable in a tax period prior to that in which the Director (or his beneflelary) becomes entitled under Section ~above, then payment of the, Account_in the amount determined to be taxable shall 'be' due" ninetY '(90) days after the University's .recelpt of notice of such final determination. THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

President

'

THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

HEAD COACH CONTRACT Women's Basketball

This Contract is executed by and between the State University of Iowa (University) and Lisa Sluder (Coach), effective May 10, 2011. The parties hereto promise and agree as follows:

1.

EMPLOYMENT TERM

The term of Coach's appointment to the position of Head Women's Basketball Coach shall begin July 1, 2011, and contin ue until.June 30, 2018. 2. DUTIES

The Coach is responsible for supervising, planning and coordinating the Women's Basketball program, and in so doing, Coach is expected to fulfill those duties listed in Appendix A, hereby incorporated by reference. While the duties of assistant coaches shall be assiqned by the head coach, it is understood that the head and the assistant coaches are directly responsible, separately and collectively, to the Director of Athletics for compliance with the policies of the University and the rules and regulations of the Big Ten Conference Inc.. and the , constitution and bylaws (and official interpretations thereof) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). It is understood that assistant coaches are immediately responsible to the head coach, who, in turn, is responsible for the activities of her staff as they relate to the athletic interests of the University. Coach understands and agrees that the Director of Athletics, as the administrative officer for the University, is charged with the responsibility to operate the program of intercollegiate athletics within the policies of the Board of Regents, State of Iowa, and the University and in accordance with the constitution, bylaws, rules, regulations, and policies of the Big Ten and the NCAA. In Signing this Contract, Coach signifies that she understands and shall comply with the policies, rules and regulations of the Regents, University, Big Ten Conference, and the NCAA and agrees to abide by directives of the Director within the context of the above-mentioned policies, rules and regulations as a condition of her employment. Coach understands and agrees that she must notify the Director of Athletics prior

to discussing any employment opportunities outside The University of Iowa and outside
the scope of this Agreement.

lisa Sluder ~ Head Coach Contract Page 2

3.

ANNUAL COMPENSATION
University agrees Coach will be paid a guaranteed annual salary as follows:

Base Salary (Includes I-Club appearances, television, radio):
July July July July July July July 1, 2011 - June 1, 2012 - June 1, 2013 - June 1,2014 - June 1, 2.015 - June 1, 2016 - June 1, 2017 - June

30, 2012 30, 2013 30,2014 30, 201.5 30, 2016 30, 2017 30, 2018

$393,000 $409,000 $425,000 $442,000 $460,000 $478,000 $497,000

Other guaranteed income (camps, shoe and apparel): $5D.,000Iyear for all 7 years
Pursuant to standard University policies, Coach's annual salary will be paid on a fiscal year basis dating from JulY 1 through June 30.

4.

RECURRINGINCENTIVECOMPENSATION

University agrees Coach will be paid annual incentive payments as described, should she meet the academic and athletic criteria described in this paragraph. Any such payment{s) will be made within sixty (60) days of the dale of meeting the criteria:

A.

Competitive Incentives
• • • • • • • • Overall Season Winning Percentage at/above 65% Big Ten Regular Season Champions Big Ten Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Appearance NCAA Sweet 16 NCAA Elite 8 NCAA Final Four NCAA National Champions

$50,000 $50,000 $25,000 $35,000 $50,.000 $50,000 $100,000 $100,.000

B.

Coach of the Year Honors
• • Big Ten Coach of the Year National Coach of the Year

$10,000 $25,000

C.

Academic Incentives
• "Annual (6 year) graduation rate of 70%

$25,000

lisa Bluder - Head Coach Contract Page 3

and/or *APR (annual #) 950·074 975·999 1000

$15,000 $30,000 $50,000

"Can be both
D. Longevity Bonus • • • • • • • E. June June June June June June June 30, 2012 30, 2013 30, 2014 30, 2015 30, 2016 30, 2017 30, 2018 $50,000 $50,000 $60,000 $65,000 $65,000 $70,000 $70,.000

Revenue Share - Ticket Sales: Coach will receive a bonus listed below when the ticket revenue exceeds the stated levels. This bonus will be paid at the highest level achieved and will be in place for the 2011·2012, 2012·2013, and 2013·2014 seasons. The revenue amount and the bonus dollar figures will be reviewed fol.lowing the 2013·14 season. If mutually agreeable, new amounts will be established and the contract for this piece be amended. Total Ticket Revenue $175,000 + $200,000 + $250,000 + Coach's Bonus $20,000 $35,000 $50,000

F.

Sports Camps and University Public Relations Coach and her assistants provide important public relations efforts for the University and the Athletics Department. In recognition of these efforts. Coach's assistants will be guaranteed an additional $20,000 per year to be shared in amounts designated by her. Head Coach and Director of Athletics shall collaborate on final disbursements. The public relations efforts include, but are not limited to, sports camps and l-Club appearances. In regards to sports camps, Coach and her assistant coaches shall

participate in a Summer Basketball Sports Camp to be run through

Lisa Sluder - Head Coach Contract Page 4

University offices and which shall follow University insurance, business, and accounting practices. Coach shall comply with the University policies regarding the conduct of such camps, including use and distribution of financial benefits received from the Summer Basketball Sports Camps, via the Payroll Office, supplemental compensation and accounting requirements. 5. OUTSIDE COMPENSATIONfCONFLlCT OF INTEREST/COMMITMENTS

Upon advance written approval of the Director of Athletics and the President, Coach may enter into agreements with other parties to provide services not included within this Contract for compensation as long as such services can be performed under the following conditions: (a) the services performed are permitted by the Big Ten Conference, NCAA, and state law; (b) such services do not interfere with the Coach's obligations under this Contract and are fully consistent with all rules and policies of the Board of Regents and the University, including without limitation the University's policy on Conflict of Interest/Commitment; and, (c) the services, as determined by the University, do not impair Coach's ability to fulfill assigned duties or reflect adversely on the Coach's fitness to serve as Head Coach. 6. BENEFITS

Coach shall receive standard fringe and employee benefits pursuant to University policy, with contributions and benefit amounts based only on the guaranteed annual salary. Coach shall also receive any employee-related benefits normally available to University professional employees in the Athletics Department, including those related to her position as Head Coach contained in attached Appendix B. 7.. DISCLOSURE

Beginning with the effective date of this Contract, the Coach shall disclose annually on or about August 31 to the President and the Director of Athletics, sources and amounts of athletically-related benefits from sources outside the University to the extent such disclosure is required by the NCAA or the Big Ten Conference. 8. DISCIPLINE

If the Director of Athletics reasonably determines that Coach has acted jn violation of this Contract, or Big Ten Conference or NCAA rules, whether while employed by University or during prior employment at another NCAA member institution, Coach may be subject to disciplinary action, including without limitation, suspension with or without pay, and/or termination pursuant to Paragraphs 9 or 10.

Lisa Sluder - Head Coach Contract Page 5

9.

TERMINATION BY UNIVERSITY FOR CAUSE

The University may terminate this Contract for cause. "Cause" as used in this Contract shall mean the following: A. One significant or repetitive violations of the duties of the Head Women's Basketball Coach, which are outlined in Appendix A, or of any of the other terms/conditions of this Contract, ora refusal or unwillingness to perform such duties in good faith and to the best of the Coach's abilities; A major violation or multiple secondary violations of NCAA or other Governing Association rules or regulations by Coach, a member of the Basketball coaching staff, or other person under the Coach's supervision or direction which, as determined by the University, (i) could result in the NCAA or other Governing Association placing the University on probation, a finding of a lack of institutional control, loss of grants in aid, loss of postseason play, or loss of revenue, and which (ii) the Coach knew or should have known about with reasonable diligence and oversight; A violation of any rule, regulation, or policy of the NCAA, Big Ten Conference, Regents, or University involving fraud, dishonesty, moral turpitude, violence, or conflict of interest, or commission of a crime whether prosecuted or not (excluding minor traffic offenses) involving fraud, dishonesty, moral turpitude, violence, or conflict of interest, or any other personal conduct that, as reasonably determined by the University, impairs Coach's ability to fulfill assigned duties or reflects adversely on the Coach's fitness to serve as head coach; Death, prolonged absence, or physical or mental incapacity to perform assigned duties. Said physical or mental incapacity shall be determined by the majority of a panel of three physicians. One such physician shall be chosen by the University, one by Coach and the third physician shall be chosen by the two appointed by the parties.

B.

C.

D.

In the event of termination under this paragraph, University'S sale obligation to Coach shall be paym.ent of her salary and standard University employee benefits provided for herein in Paragraphs 3 and 6 to the date of such termination, Prior 10 termination for cause, other than for death, University shall provide thirty (30) days' wrillen notice of the factual basis for the proposed action and an informal opportunity for Coach to rebut the factual basis all.eged.ln the event of death, this Contract shall terminate automatically at the time of death. The University shall not be liable to Coach for any other collateral business opportunities or other benefits associated with Coach's position as head basketball coach, or as an employee of the Department of Athletics as described in Paragraph 6 and Appendix B. Coach may challenge University's termination of Coach for cause before a panel of arbitrators. The arbitration panel shall consist of three members, one person selected

Lisa Sluder - Head Coach Contract Page 6

by the University, one by Coach, and a third person agreed upon by the nominees of the parties. In the event the parties are unable to ag~ee upon a third arbitrator within 14 days, the parties shall tequesta list of 10 arbitrators from the American Arbitration Association selected for their experience in resolving similar disputes. The parties will select an arbitrator from the list by the "strikedown" method, with Coach having the first and last strike. The parties will share equally the costs of the arbitration, but shall bear individually the costs of their own counsel and representation. University shall bear the burden of proving by a preponderance of the evidence that a violation occurred under one or more of the above subparagraphs, and where relevant, that it had reasonable grounds to believe it would be subject to the specified sanctions from the NCAA, B.ig Ten Conference, or other Governing Association. In all other respects, unless the parties otherwise agree, the arbitration will be conducted in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association. The decision of the panel shall be final and binding upon the parties. This process is in lieu of any other University grievance procedure that might be available to Coach. In the event the panel, or a court of competent jurisdiction, determines the University lacked cause for terminating Coach, the liquidated damage provision of Paragraph 10 shall apply. 10. TERMINATION BY UNIVERSITY WITHOUT CAUSE; LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

The University may terminate this Contract at any time without cause. In such event, Coach will not be reassigned to any other position within the Department of Athletics. Further, in such event, University shall pay to Coach as liquidated damages and not compensation, in lieu of any and all other legal remedies or equitable relief,the base salary from Paragraph 3 above for each year o:r portion thereof (pro rata) remaining in this Contract. The University shall not be liable to Coach for any University benefits or any collateral business opportunities or other benefits associated with Coach's position as Head Women's Basketball Coach described in. Para.graph 6 or Appendix B. The parties have bargained for this liquidated damages provision, giving consideration to the fo!l.owing: This is a Contract for personal services. The parties recognize that a termination of this Contract by University prior to its natural expiration may cause Coach to lose certain benefits, supplemental compensation or outside compensation relating to her employment at University, which damages are difficult to determine with certainty. Accordingly, the parties agree to this liquidated damage provision. 11. TERMINATION BY COACH; LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

Coach agrees not to seek or apply for other coaching positions without prior notice to the Director of Athletics. However, Coach may terminate this Contract without cause upon thirty (30) days written notice to University. In the event of such termination, University's sole obligation to Coach shall be payment of her compensation

as provided in Paragraph 3 and standard University employee benefits under Paragraph
6 hereof through the date of such termination, as well as any incentive compensation

Lisa Bluder - Head Coach Contract Page7

earned but unpaid pursuant to Paragraph 4 above. The University shall not be liable to Coach for any other collateral business opportunities or other benefits associated with Goach's position as head basketball coach or as an employee of the Department of Athletics as described in Paragraph 6 and Appendix B. 12. UNIVERSITY RECORDS

All materials or articles of information including, without limitation, personnel records, recruiting records, team information, films, statistics or any other material furnished to the Coach by the University or developed by the Coach on behalf of the University or at the University's direction or for the University's use in connection with the Coach's employment hereunder are and shall remain the property of the University. In the event of the Coach's termination as provided herein, the Goach shall immediately cause any such materials in her possession to be delivered to the University. Goach may request copies of University records relating to the Basketball program, which request shall not unreasonably be denied. 13. DISPUTE RESOLUTION

II is mutually understood that every effort will be made to resolve intradepartmental and interpersonal conflicts or disagreements as internal matters to be resolved in a spirit of goodwill among those concerned. An action on the part of any coach to publicly report internal problems or disagreements that arise will be regarded as contrary to the terms of Ihis Contract. Public information should be provided through the Sports Information Service and in accordance with policies mutually agreed to by coaches, the Director of Athletics and the University.

14.

INTERPRETATION AND APPLICABLE LAW

This agreement is made under and shall be interpreted according to the laws of the State of Iowa. Any rule to the effect that an agreement shall be construed against the party drafting shall have no applicationto this agreement. If any provision of the agreement or the application thereof shall be held invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions and their application shall not be affected thereby and shall continue to be fully effective and enforceable. is. ENTIRE AGREEMENT AND MERGER

This Contract constitutes the full and complete agreement of the parties. No prior or subsequent written or oral understandings or representations pertaining to the subject matter of this Contract shall be binding upon the parties unless contained herein or set forth in the form of written amendment(s) to the Contract, executed by both parties prior to becoming effective.

Lisa Bluder -Head Page 8

Coach Contract

I have read and understand the Contract and a.gree to abide by its terms and conditions.

Date__ ~_· -_'_(;>_-_II __

_

Signed--1~ ~..-._ ........ ~_.<.J~"'-:-'-.~ -:----"-._ --=-. ~r, Head Coach Women's Basketball

Date

S''"/D -II
_

Date_{_I_,_'JI_,_1

APPENDIX. A
DUTIES OF HEAD COACH Coach shall devote her full time and best efforts toward directing, developing and implementlnq the University Women's Basketball program as set forth below and in the Professional and Sci.entific Position Description attached hereto: (a) General Program Management: (i) conduct herself and the Women's Basketball program in accordance with the Constitution and Bylaws of the Big Ten Conference and the NCAA; have oversight responsibility for administrative duties pertaining to the Women's Basketbal.1program; supervise the conduct of assistant coaches and staff and their activities, including compliance with the Conference and NCAA legislation and provide annual evaluations thereof: follow appropriate departmental chain of command; abide by all applicable Board policies, University, Conference, and NCAA rules and regulations; perform other duties as Head Coach as may be assigned by the Director of Athletics and/or President, within reason.

(ii) (iii)

(iv) (v) (vi) (b)

TeachingfTraining:
(i)

teach the mechanics and techniques of basketball to team members: coach student-athletes, analyze performances, and instruct student-athletes in areas of deficiency; develop team for sport competition; oversee daily practice of student-athletes: assist Strength Coach in designing and implementing a strength program.

(ii) (iii) (iv) (c)

Counse.ling/Advising Student-Athletes:

0)

in conjunction with the facuNy, encourage academic progress of student-athletes toward graduation;

(il) (iii) (iv) (d)

cooperate with student services for the benefit of student-athletes: require exemplary citizenship of student-athletes; support and cooperate with Department of Athletics and University student disciplinary policies and procedures.

Budget Management: (i) maintain full responsibility for the fiscal and budgetary functions associated with the Women's Basketball program and perform such functions in accordance with University policies.

(e)

Recruiting. (i) recruitlalented student-athletes for the Women's Basketball program who will be committed students and exemplary citizens.

(f)

Public Relations: (i) promote the University, the Athletics Department, and the Women's Basketball program.

(9)

Summer Sport Camps: (i) participate in University Summer Basketball Sport Camp programs and comply with the University policies regarding the conduct of such camps.

APPENDIX B

University will provide two (2) automobiles and reasonable and appropriate automobile insurance for exclusive use of head coach and spouse. Personal usage is subject to current IRS regulations. During the term of this Contract, Coach will receive a basic family membership at the University Athletic Club comparable to the membership Coach has at the time of the execution of this contract. University will pay the annual membership fee. Coach will be responsible for all other family charges incurred at the University Athletic Club. Coach will receive free golf privileges at the University's Finkbine Golf Course. Coach will receive five game tickets to each Women's Basketball home game for her family and up to 15 game tickets to each Women's Basketball home game for marketing/public relations business purposes subject to regular University auditing and compliance procedures. Coach will aiso have the option to accept up to five complimentary season passes in Men's Football, Men's Basketball, Volleyball, and/or Wrestling. For all other sports with admission charges, families may check in through the pass gate. Space permitting, University will allow Coach's immediate family to accompany the team to away games on charter aircraft or bus and will pay the reasonable costs of such travel. Reimbursement for other travel must be mutually agreed upon by Coach and Athletics Director. University will also reimburse Coach for the meal costs incurred by immediate family on such travel, subject to University rules, regulations, and daily limits. Basketball Discretionary Fund: There will be established and funded at $10,000 per year a fund for discretionary use of the head coach on departmental public relations expenses. All expenditures are subject to regular review and audit per University and Foundation policies. This fund may not be used for personal items or to reimburse nonbusiness expenses. II is understood that all funds collected or expended by Coach or her staff on behalf of the University or the Basketball Program will be administered from source to expenditure in accordance with the policies of the University and the rules and regulations of governing bodies for intercolfegiate athletics with which The University of Iowa is affiliated. Some or all of these benefits may be subject to federal and state income lax withholding and reporting. The University reserves the right to withhold and/or report

appropriate amounts as required by I.aw.

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

HEAD COACH CONTRACT

This Contract is executed by and between The State University of Iowa ("University") and Kirk J. Ferentz, ("Coach"), effective February 1, 2010. The parties hereto promise and agree as follows: 1. _ EMPLOYMENT TERM

. In accordance with the University policies concerning administrative positions, this appointment to the position of Head Football Coach shall begin February 1, 2010,
and continue until January 31 , 2020.

2.

DUTIES

The coach is responsible for supervising, planning and coordinating the Men's Football Program, and in so doing, Coach is expected to fulfill those duties listed in Appendix A. While the duties of assistant coaches shall be assigned by the Head Coach, it is understood that the head and the assistant coaches are directly responsible, separately and collectively, to the Director of Athletics for compliance with the policies of the University and the rules and regulations of the Big Ten Conference Inc., and the constitution and bylaws (and official interpretations thereof) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) as are all other employees of the Department of Athletics. It is understood that assistant coaches are immediately responsible to the Head Coach, who, in turn, is responsible for the activities of his staff as they relate to the athletic interests of the University. Coach agrees in signing this Contract that the Director of Athletics, as the administrative officer for the University, is charged with the responsibility to operate the program of intercollegiate athletics within the policies of the Board of Regents, State of Iowa, and the University and in accordance with the constitution. bylaws, rules.. regulations and policies of the Big Ten and the NCAA. In signing this document, Coach signifies that he understands the rules and regulations of the Big Ten Conference and the NCAA and agrees to abide by directives by the Director within the context of the

Kirk J. Ferentz - Head Coach Contract Page 2

above-mentioned policies, rules and regulations of the University. Conference NCAA as a condition of his employment. .

and

Coach understands and agrees that he must notify the Director of Athletics prior to discussing any employment opportunities outside the University of Iowa and outside the scope of this Agreement.

3.

COMPENSATION

A.
B.

Salary will be paid on a yearly basis dating from February 1 through -January 31, and salary increases, if any, shall start February 1. University agrees to pay Head Coach as follows:

1)

BaseSalary Departmental Funds

2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013

- $1,870,000'" $1,920,000 $1,970,000

2013-2014 $2,020,000 2014-2015 ·$2;070,000
*8ase salary includes shoe and apparel endorsements, camp compensation, radio and television participations (includes Learfield compensatlon at $150,000). 2)

Forthe years 2015 through 2020 the annual base salary will be
$2,070,000.

3)

University will pay a one-time signing bonus of $400,000 to the head coach and his assistants. $100,000 will be paid directly to head coach prior to December 31, 2010. $300,000 will be paid to the - full-time assistants (9), head and first assistant strength coaches (2), and director of football operations within 30 days of execution of this contract The head coach will have the ability to assign individual amounts from the $300,000 pool with approval from the director of athletics.
COMPENSATION

4.

SUPPLEMENTAL

A.

Recurring Annual Incentive Bonuses

*USAfToday/ESPN or AP Poll, whichever is higher (Final Poll):
Top Top Top Top 25 '20 15 10 $125,000 $150,000 $175,000 $250,000

Kirk J. Ferentz - Head Coach Contract Page 3

Top 5 National Championship Runner-Up National Champions *Highest Attained

$350,000

$500,000

$1,000,000

"Outrlqht Big Ten Title or Undefeated Conference Record ""Shared Big Ten Title ""Highest Attained

$250,000 $175,0.00

Bowl Championships Series Game Any Bowl Game *Highest Attained

$250,000 $100,000

Big Ten Coach of Year National Coach of Year
of the following awards:

$ 50,000
$100,000 for any one-

(AP, AFCA, Walter Camp, FWA, Bobby Dodd, Bear Bryant, Home DepotiESPN, George Munder, Football News, CNNISI, The Sporting News, CBS Sportsline.com, ABC Sports. com , D.C. Pigskin Club, or other Nationally elected awards) Annual Graduation Rate over 70% $100,000

The University agrees to pay Coach each Recurring Annual Incentive Bonus that he has earned within 30 days of the date on which the incentive was eamed, regardless of whether coach is sUIi employed with the University at that time. B. Additional Compensation for Assistant Coaches The University will fund average salary increases for the 9 on-field assistant coaches as well as the Head Strength Coach, the top Assistant Strength Coach, and the Director of Football Operations on July 1 after any season in whlch the team finished with 6 wins or greater, participated in- a post-season bowl game, and achieved a graduation rate of 55% or higher (based on a four-year average of annual NCAA graduation rates):

Page 4

Kirk J. Ferentz - Head Coach Contract

6 wins, post-season bowl game participationTop 25 Top 20 Top 15 Top 10 Top 5 National Champions Additional Additional Additional Additional Additional Additional 2% 1% 1% 2% 2% 4%

8% Total

10% 11% 12% 14% 16%

Total Total Total Total Total 20% Total

*Compensation for post season participation is detailed in Appendix C.

C.

Recurring Supplemental Payments University shall continue to pay Coach annual supplemental compensation in four installments as follows, throughouUhe term of this contract: September 30 October 30 March 30 June 30 $370,000 $370,0.00 $370,000 $370,0.00
r

D.

Longevity Incentive As long as he is still employed by University on January 31 of each year of the - term of this contract, University shall pay to Coach a Longevity Incentive by January 31 of that year. The schedule for future Longevity Incentive payments is as follows: 2011

$325,000
$375,000

2012 20t3 2014
2015

$425,000
$475,000 $525,000

For years 2016 through 2020 the annual Longevity Incentive payment will be $525,000. E. After consultation with Coach, a portion of supplemental or regular compensation may be funded or credited by University into one or more (fully vested) deferred compensation programs, including tax-qualified plans, in accordance with applicable tax rules.

Page 5

K;rk J. Ferentz - Head Coach Contract

5.

SPORTS CAMPS
Compensation for

Coach shall participate in a Summer Football Sports Camp. this participation is included in the Base Salary noted in 3 above.

. Coach shall comply with the University policies regarding the conduct of such camps, including use and distribution of financial benefits received ·from the Summer Football Sports Camps, supplemental compensation, accounting requirements, and vacation requirements.

6.

OUTSIDE COMPENSATION/CONFLICT OF INTERESTlCOMMITMENTS

Coach may enter into agreements with other parties to provide services not included within thls Contract for compensation as long as such services can be performed within the limits permitted by the Conference, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), state law, and provided that such services do not interfere with the Coach's obligations under this Contract and are fully consistent with all rules required by the University or the Board 'of Regents, State of Iowa, except where inconsistent with the terms of this Contract or University policy. Coach shall obtain the advance approval of the President or the appropriate Vice President before entering into such agreements .. Approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. Contracts to receive compensation from parties outside the University shall comply with the University's policy on Conflict of Interest/Commitments. .

7.

FRINGE BENEFITS

Coach shall receive all employee-related benefits which are normally available to University employees in the Athletic Department. Additional fringe benefits, if any, provided by the University are set forth in Appendix 8 attached, which shall be updated annually. Coach acknowledges the fringe benefits provided by University are subject to change from time to time by the Iowa Legislature, the Board of Regents, State of Iowa, or UniverSity.

8.

DISCLOSURE

Beginning with the effective date of this Contract, the Coach shall disclose annually on or about August 31 to the President and the Director of Athletics, sources and amounts of athletically-related benefits to the extent such disclosure is required by the NCAA or the Conference. .

9.

FOOTBALL DISCRETIONARY FUND

The Department of Athletics will annually provide and fund at $10,000 per year a fund for discretionary use of the Head Coach on departmental public relations expenses. All expenditures are subject to regula'r review and audit per University and

Kirk J. Ferentz - Head Coach Contract Page 6

Foundation policies. This fund may not be used for personal items or to reimburse nonbusiness expenses.

It is understood that all funds collected or expended by Coact) or his staff on behalf of the University or the Football program will be administered from source to expenditure in accordance with the policies of the University and the rules and regulations of governing bodies for intercollegIate athletics with which The University of Iowa Is affiliated. . _

1_0.

TERMINATION BY UNIVERSITY FOR CAUSE "Cause" as used in this

The University may terminate this Contract for cause. Contract includes: (a)

Deliberate and serious violations of the duties of the Head Men's Football . Coach, which are outlined in Appendix A, or refusal or unwillingness to perform such duties in good faith and to the best of the Coach's abilities that are not adequately remedied after thirty (30) days written notice thereof to the Coach; Material violations by the Coach of any of the other terms/conditions of this Agreement not adequately remedied after thirty (30) days written notice thereof to the Coach; A deliberate or serious violation of a rule of the NCAA or Big Ten Conference by a member of the football coaching staff or other person under the Coach's supervision or direction which Coach knew or should have known about resulting in the Unlverslty being placed on probation by the NCAA. a finding of a lack of institutional control, loss of grants in aid, loss of post-season play, or loss of revenue; Multiple secondary violations of the rules of the NCAA or Big Ten Conference in or related to the Men's Football team provided such violations result in the NCAA placing the University on probation upon a finding of a lack of institutional control, loss of grants in aid, loss of postseason play, or loss of revenue; A major violation of any of the following: a policy of the Regents or University involving dishonesty, moral turpitude, or conflict of interest; conviction of any law involving dishonesty, moral turpitude, or conflict of interest; any other personal conduct that impairs Coach's ability to ·fulfill assigned duties or reflects adversely on the Coach's fitness to serve as head coach; Substantial physical or mental lncapacity to perform assigned duties. Said physical or mental incapacity shall be determined by the majority of a panel of three (3) physicians. One (1) such physician shall be chosen by

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

Kirk J. Ferentz - Head Coach Contract Page 7

the University, one (1) by Coach and the third physician shall be chosen by the two (2) appointed by the parties. In the event of a termination under this paragraph, University's sole obligation to Coach shall be payment of his salary provided for herein in Paragraph 3 to the _date of such termination. The University shall not be liable to Coach for any collateral business opportunities or other benefits associated with Coach's position as Head Football Coach, Prior to termination for cause, University shall provide thirty (30) days written notice of the charges asserted against Coach and a reasonable opportunity to respond to the charges. The notice shall be sent by Certified Mail with a copy to Neil M. Cornrich, Esq. In the event a termination for cause is ultimately overturned by a court of competent jurisdiction, the liquidated damage provision in Paragraph 11 shall apply. 11. TERMINATION BY UNIVERSITY WITHOUT CAUSE; LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

This Contract may be terminated by the President at any time without cause. In such event, Coach will not be reassigned to any other position within the Department of Athletics. Further, in such event, University shall pay to Coach as liquidated damages, in lieu of any and all other legal remedies or equitable relief, a sum equal to 75% of the annual guaranteed amount (base salary and recurring supplemental payments) of this contract of" .. each 1"\,.111' 0'" nnrtinn thereof (pro rata'I rom!';lininn in this C· ntr~r.t The v r., v '..., '1' • •o ••' ~... above sums will not be reduced in the event of Coach's subsequent employment during the period covered by this Contract. Payments shall be made in equal monthly . installments over the remaining months of this Contract, beginning one month after the date of termination. The University shall not be liable to Coach for any University benefits or any collateral business opportunities or other benefits associated with Coach's position as Head Football Coach. The parties have bargained for this liquidated damages provision, giving consideration to the following: This is a Contract for personal services. The parties recognize that a termination of this Contract by University prior to its natural expiration may cause Coach to lose certain benefits, supplemental compensation or outside compensation relating to his employment at University, which damages are difficult to determine with certainty. Accordingly. the parties agree to this liquidated damages provision.
l IV. VI. \lOCI ..
J

t'V"1

....,. l

.1."'.

'W'

I';::'

12.

UNIVERSITY RECORDS

All materials or articles of information including, without limitation, personnel records, recruiting records, team information, films, statistics or any other material fumished to the Coach by the University or developed by the Coach on- behalf of the University or at the University's direction or for the University's use or otherwise in connection with the Coach's employment hereunder are and shall remain the property ofthe University. In the event of the Coach's termination as provided herein, the Coach shall immediately cause any such materials to be delivered to the University.

·Kirk J. FerentzPage 8

Head Coach Contract

13.

INTERPRETATION AND APPLICABLE LAW

This agreement is made under and shallbe interpreted acoordlnq to the laws of the State of Iowa. Any rule to the effect that an agreement shall be construed against the party drafting shall have no application to this agreement. If any provision of the aqreernent or the appllcatlon thereof shall be held invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions and. their application shall not be affected thereby and shall continue. to be fully effective and enforceable.

14.

DISPUTE RESOLUTION
-

It is mutually .understood that every effort will be made to resolve intradepartmental and interpersonal conflicts or disagreements as internal matters to be resolved in a spirit of goodwill among those concerned. An action on the part of. any coach to publicly report internal problems or disagreements that arise will be regardeq as contrary to University policy. Public information should be provided through the Sports Information Service and in accordance with poltctes mutually agreed to by coaches, the Director of Athletics and the University. .

15.

MERGER

This Contract constitutes the full and complete agreement of the parties. No prior or subsequent written or oral understandings representations pertaining to the subject matter of this Contract shall be bin~ing upon the parties unless contained herein or set forth in the form of written. amendment(s) to the Contract, executed by both parties and approved by the Board of Regents, State of Iowa, prior to' becomlnq effective.

or

I have read and understand the Contract and agree to abide by the terms and conditions set ·forth. . .

oate---,,-~

_.___1

~-------.I.-) \iJ_.

__

Signed . Kirk J. Ferentz eh, F otb II

It/,_£{;~
rta-

__

oate______c_{.,.____p-+--p_o __

S@ned.~ __ ~~~~~r-

ary.

__~

__

Direct r of Athletics

Date-----J..,qf~3+-JJ p'---__

Signed ~ Sally Mison President

/vt.;..

Appendix A
1.
DUTIES The Coach shall be responsible for: (a) General Program Management: (i) conduct himself and the Football program in accordance with the Constitution and Bylaws of the conference and of the

NCAA;

(ji)

have oversight responsibility for administrative duties pertaining to the Football program; supervise the conduct of assistant coaches and staff and their activities, including compliance with the Conference and NCAA legislation and provide annual evaluations thereof; follow appropriate departmental chain of command; abide by all applicable board policies, University, Conference, and NCAA rules and regulations; perform other duties as Head Coach as may be assigned by the President or Director of Athletics within reason;

(iii)

(iv) (v)

(vi)

(b)

TeachinglTraining: (i) teach the mechanics and techniques of football to team members; (ii) coach student-athletes, analyze performances, and instruct student-athletes in areas of deficiency; develop team for sport competition; oversee daily practice of student-athletes; assist Strength Coach in designing and implementing a strength program;

(iii)

(iv)

5-22-il9

(c)

Counseling! Advising, student-athletes: (i) in conjunction with the faculty, encourage academic progress of student-athletes toward graduation; (ii) cooperate with student services for the benefit of studentathletes; require exemplary citizenship of student-athletes; support and cooperate with Department of Athletics and University student disciplinary policies and procedures;

(iii) (iv)

(d)

Budget Management: (i) , maintain full responsibility for the fiscal and budgetary functions associated with the Football program and perform such functions in accordance with University policies;

(e)

Recruiting: (i) recruit talented student-athletes for the Football program who will be committed students and exemplary citizens;

(f)

Public Relations: (i) promote the Unlverslty, the Athletic Department, and the Football program;" (ii) (iii) particlpate in University Summer Camp programs; participate in radio and television coaches programs in conjunction with media partners.

5-22-09

Appendix B

Coach will have prerogative to take up to slx guests on team plane or bus to r~gu'ar season road contests subject to space availability. Coach's spouse may travel to road games aboard regular team mode(s) of travel at the Coach's discretion. University will provide two (2) automobiles and reasonable and appropriate automobile insurance for exclusive use of head coach and spouse. Personal usage is subject to current IRS regulations. The Athletics Department will provide a membership at the University,Club for head coach, assistant football coaches, head strength-and conditioning ,coach for football, and director of football operations, and their families. Coach shall have access to a private jet for his personal use for up to 35 hours per year. Every effort will be made to secure donated airtime with rental using departmental funds as a second option after all attempts to secure donated time have been exhausted. Coach understands that some or aU 'of these benefits may be subject to federal or state taxation and that he shalibe responsible for any tax he may incur as a result of the receipt of said benefits. Coach will receive twenty (20) game tickets to each home game subject to reg~lar Un-iversity auditing and compliance procedures. Coach will have access to one viewing box in Kinnick Stadium press box for exclusive use during all home football games. .

a-u-to

APPENDIX C

The following bonuses shall be paid to the football staff listed below for participation BigTen Championships.
BIG TEN CHAMPI,ONSHIP PAYOUTS

in, post-season bowl games and

Co-Con ference Cham pions Conference Champions
"Highest Attained

.5 month's salary

1month's salary

BOWL PAYOUTS Any bowl $3,000,000+ Rose Bowl or other BCS bowl National Title Game *Highest Attained This schedule may be used for all full-time assistant coaches (9), as well as the Director of Football Operations, the Head and First Assistant Strength Coach, and the Quality Control Administrator. . In addition, w hen the team meets th e academ it a nd bowl criteria set forth in 4A of th is co ntract and are selected to play in a bowl with a $1 million payout or greater and are ranked in the top 25 in the final polls, a one-time bonus pool will be provided: National Ranking 21st_25th 16th_20th
11th_15th
lil_Slh

1 month's salary 1.75 month's salary 2.5 month's salary 3 month's salary

Bonus Pool $85,000 $110,000 $135,000 $175,000 $200,000

6th_10th

"Highest Attained The Head Coach shall have the ability to award this one-time bonus pool to the 9 fuU-time assistant coaches, the Director of Football Operations, the Head and First Assistant Strength Coaches,and the Quality Control Administrator his discretion with the approval of the Director Athletics.

of

at

Additionally, from the same bonus pool listed above, lump sum payments may be awarded to integral P&S employees at the discretion of the Head Coach and with the approval of the Director of Athletics, in consultation with the Director of Compensation and Classification. Typically, these awards will be consistent with UI Flexible Pay limits. Consideration will be given to positions that work significantly with football but assume an extraordinary workload due to the bowl game and perform in an exceptional manner. The following positions are primarily dedicated to football and may be eligible to receive 3.5%-4.5% from the above bonus pool: • Head Football Equipment Manager

,>

• Additional

Football Video Coordinator shall be given to the following positions which have other responsibilities but dedicate a

consideration

significant portion of their efforts to football. In addition) their particular roles directly impact the health and well-being
of the student-athletes. • They may be eligible to receive 4%-8% from the above bonus pool:

Director of Athletic Training Services (e.g., head football trainer) Travel Coordinator (e.g., football and men's basketball travel coordinator and athletics trainer)

.9/Z/10

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->