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Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly received $607,200 in bonus and incentive pay during fiscal 2012 while leading the Fighting Irish to a berth in the national championship game, earning a total of $1.46 million in pay and other benefits.
In the early stages of yet another quarterback battle at Kansas, Montell Cozart made quite the case for being the starter during the Jayhawks' spring game Saturday.
The quarterbacks at Kansas have been hit throughout spring, from the front and from behind, hard and not so hard, in the pocket and while scrambling during their practices.
There will not be an anointed quarterback under center at Kansas this spring.
Kansas coach Charlie Weis is still tinkering with his coaching staff, moving Rob Ianello to director of research and adding the title of recruiting coordinator to running backs coach Reggie Mitchell.
Charlie Weis had made it clear that he's modeling his rebuilding job at Kansas in part on what Bill Snyder accomplished just down the road at rival Kansas State.
It was Kansas' game to win or lose. The Jayhawks had a three-point lead and appeared to have the game locked down, and the sideline was roaring.
New coach, new quarterback, new attitude _ and the same kind of early season loss to a middling opponent that got Turner Gill fired last season.
Charlie Weis was quick to tweet his support of the Jayhawks when they punched their ticket to the national championship game. It was no surprise. The recently hired football coach has been a public supporter of the program from the moment he arrived on campus.