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Topic - Eric Poms
The committee that runs the Orange Bowl bumped up its CEO's pay by nearly $150,000 in 2009, boosting his compensation to more than $500,000, according to a recently filed tax return.
A political action committee out to change college football's postseason system has filed a complaint with the IRS about a cruise hosted by Orange Bowl organizers for athletic directors and conference commissioners, along with their spouses.
Orange Bowl executive director Eric Poms told The Associated Press that the bowl committee has consulted with its legal counsel believes it is "100 percent in compliance with IRS guidleines."
Poms said the Playoff PAC's complaint is filled with "half-truths, inaccuracies and items that are taken our of context."