Despite Poor Economy, Coaches Still Making Bank

Despite Poor Economy, Coaches Still Making Bank

Gas is $4 a gallon—and rising. The economy is struggling. Some believe the worst is yet to come.

But you can’t tell it by college football coaches’ salaries. They’re breaking the bank.

In 1995, Bobby Bowden became the first $1 million coach in college football. Now, the average salary for head coaches at major college football programs exceeds $1 million a year. [Tennessean]

 Victoria’s Secret Plans Clothing Line For 33 Schools

Starting July 1, University of Minnesota students and fans can get a little more intimate with Goldy Gopher.

The University’s mascot and other school logos will appear on apparel from Victoria’s Secret’s PINK Collegiate Collection clothing line next month.

The line will consist of nine types of apparel, including panties, fleece pants and T-shirts. It will include licensed products from 33 colleges and universities to be sold in select stores, online and in catalogues.

Big Ten rivals Michigan and Wisconsin will also have PINK merchandise sold. [Minnesota Daily]

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