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cu football coach mike macintyre's $16.25 million contract expected to be approv


the pending $16.25 million contract of university of colorado football coach mike macintyre is expected to finally be approved this week after five months of waiting.cu spokesman ken mcconnellogue said monday following a special session of the board of regents that language will be added to macintyre’s pending employment agreement – in addition to those of all contracted employees – regarding mandatory in-person training he’s required to take about how to report allegations of domestic violence and sexual misconduct. no further amendments are expected.macintyre will additionally receive a letter of reprimand in his personnel file and will be forced to make a $100,000 donation to programs that support sudents and emplyees in the cu community who are victims of domestic violence as a result






giving cu coach mike macintyre $16.25 million contract now would send the wrong


it stings like a slap in the face.in the same week the university of colorado gave football coach mike macintyre a letter of reprimand and a $100,000 slap on the wrist for his involvement in the mishandling of domestic violence accusations brought against one of the program’s top assistants, the board of regents is also going to finalize a new $16.25 million contract for macintyre?pardon me while i take a shower to wash off the dirty business of college football. it seems as if important teaching moments at the state’s flagship university take a backseat to pursuit of a conference championship. if actions speak louder than words, then this vow from cu president bruce benson doesn’t mean diddly.“cu does not, and will not, tolerate domestic violence or any form of sexual misconduct,” benson






the nfl draft illustrated talent of cu's stellar 2016 defense


mike macintyre kept hoping each text message that buzzed in around him in the green room meant chidobe awuzie was about to hear his name called in the first round of the nfl draft thursday.colorado’s football coach was in philadelphia accompanying awuzie and his family as they waited anxiously to see where the buffs’ multifunctional defensive back would land. macintyre experienced his fair share of nerves. he couldn’t say the same for awuzie.“he handled it so well,” macintyre said during a teleconference with reporters monday. “he’s so mentally tough, which is so cool to see.”awzuie’s wait ended friday when he was selected by the dallas cowboys, the franchise for which macintyre once worked an assistant, late in the second round. cornerback ahkello witherspoon was picked by san francisco i






grading the loss to utah


the weekly report cards on the bay area teams are back. look for them each monday, in the late morning/lunchtime window.also, check the bay area news group’s sjsu spartans tag page for the report cards and all other coverage.result: lost at utah 54-16grade: fcomment: i ran into mike macintyre two months ago, in los angeles, and he asked how brent brennan was doing. i said things seemed to be going well for the new sjsu coach, that he had a firm grasp of the challenges and an energetic staff and was making recruiting inroads in essence talent pockets.“but that schedule,” i added. “oh, man.”macintyre laughed.“lemme tell you about schedules.”get pac-12 conference news in your inbox. sign up for the pac-12 hotline newsletter.he didn’t have to say anything more: in 2010, macintyre’s first seaso






university of colorado football program needs greater incentive to protect women


cliff grassmick, daily camerauniversity of colorado football coach mike macintyre was fined $100,000 this week for failing to respond properly to allegations of domestic abuse by one of his assistant coaches. macintyre is also being awarded a three-year, $16.25 million contrract.re: “giving cu coach mike macintyre $16.25 million contract now would send the wrong message,” june 12 mark kiszla column. hopefully university of colorado officials will read the commentary by denver post sportswriter mark kiszla and create greater incentive to protect women.but it seems that new leadership with independent oversight is needed to change the prevailing culture. cu has become a scandal-plagued university like penn state. at least officials there were replaced and jailed.stan current,denversubmit a l






cu football coach makes millions, while instructors make thousands


cliff grassmick, daily camera fileuniversity of colorado football coach mike macintyre will make $16.25 million over the next three years under a contract that is expected to be approved this week.re: “cu football coach mike macintyre’s $16.25 million contract expected to be approved this week,” june 12 sports story.university of colorado football coach mike macintyre will earn $16.25 million over three years while most adjunct professors earn about $3,000 to teach a three-credit course and graduate student teaching assistants don’t earn enough to subsist.i’m sorry, but there’s simply no acceptable explanation to justify such priorities by our state’s flagship institution for post-secondary public education.al j. canner, boulderthe writer is a retired university of colorado law professor.s






woman who accused former cu football coach of abuse "disappointed" by officials'


university of colorado officials monday apologized to a woman who says former cu assistant football coach joe tumpkin physically and emotionally abused her for nearly two years and the school did little to help when she reported the abuse.the woman said she called cu football coach mike macintyre to get help for tumpkin. after an initial conversation with macintyre, she said the only person who talked to her was tumpkin’s lawyer, who “was being paid a lot of money to get tumpkin out of trouble for beating her for two years,” according to a report on cu’s handling of the woman’s allegations that was released monday.“i would like to apologize again on behalf of the university to the woman who brought this to our attention,” said irene griego, president of the cu board of regents. “we cannot






mike macintyre contract approval on hold


boulder— the university of colorado’s regents plan to postpone a vote on whether football coach mike macintyre should get a contract extension and a raise as they await the results of an external investigation into cu’s handling of domestic violence allegations against a former assistant coach.in early january, the athletic department announced that macintyre had signed a $16.25 million contract extension through 2021, noting that the deal was subject to approval by the board of regents.the board had planned to take up the contract extension at its regular meeting this week on the boulder campus, but instead plans to vote on it at some later date, after the regents better understand how top university officials acted upon learning of the allegations against joe tumpkin.“the university is g






has facebook profited from fake news?


bbc panorama's darragh macintyre presses the social media giant. watch panorama on bbc one at 19:30 bst on 8 may 2017.bbc panorama's darragh macintyre presses the social media giant. watch panorama on bbc one at 19:30 bst on 8 may 2017. it will be available shortly after on bbc iplayer






has facebook profited from fake news?


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cu suspends chancellor; ad, football coach ordered to make donations after handl


colorado chancellor phil distefano will serve a 10-day suspension and colorado athletic director rick george and football coach mike macintyre are being ordered to make $100,000 donations benefiting domestic violence awareness for their “failures” in handling a case of alleged domestic violence involving former assistant football coach joe tumpkin, cu president bruce benson announced monday.distefano, george and macintyre also will be given letters of reprimand.the announcements followed a meeting of the cu board of regents after an investigation into how officials responded to a claim of domestic violence by tumpkin’s former girlfriend. the investigation concluded three “failures” by the university, according to former u.s. sen. ken salazar, a partner in one of two law firms that created






colorado eager to avenge pac-12 title loss to washington


jake browning also hopes to have a better performance in the pac-12 opener in boulder after throwing for just 118 yards on 9-for-24 passing in last year’s pac-12 championship against the buffaloes.eight-and-a-half months later, the loss still stings you can hear the pain in colorado coach mike macintyre’s words when he talked about last year’s 41-10 defeat to washington in the pac-12 championship game.“you can’t ever forget it,” macintyre said ahead of saturday’s 7 p.m. conference opener against the seventh-ranked huskies at folsom field. “our young men will use it as motivation. i won’t have to say much about it at all.”he won’t have to. most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the significance of this early-season showdown between pac-12 title contenders is clear. both t






after early missteps, cu handled domestic violence situation properly


six months ago the university of colorado chancellor, athletic director and head football coach utterly failed a self-reporting victim of domestic violence, blocking her phone calls and not reporting the incident to those at the university equipped to investigate and advocate for victims in cases like these.however, after the initially botched handling of the case, the university acted swiftly to get a full accounting of what had occurred, to hold those who had done wrong accountable, and to offer apologies to the woman.that type of institutional response to a crisis should be commended. it sends a clear message that the behavior in question will not be tolerated, while also concluding the investigation quickly so it won’t hang over the program or the victim.the third-party investigation i






university of colorado officials punished over domestic violence scandal


boulder, colo. -- the chancellor of the university of colorado, boulder, has been suspended and head football coach mike macintyre and athletic director rick george have also been punished as part of a domestic violence probe, cbs denver station kcnc-tv reports."i know some will say these measures and changes go too far; others will say they don't go far enough," said university of colorado president bruce benson on monday. "not everybody will be happy. the board and i believe they are appropriate and will make us a better university."the discipline was announced late in the afternoon by the school's board of regents. it comes in the wake of an outside investigation into the school's handling of domestic violence allegations against former assistant coach joe tumpkin.board of regents chair






colorado officials disciplined for handling of allegations


boulder, colo. — three university of colorado officials, including its chancellor and football coach, have been disciplined for their handling of domestic violence allegations against a former assistant football coach.chancellor phil distefano will serve a 10-day suspension and athletic director rich george and football coach mike macintyre will each have to make $100,000 donations to domestic violence causes.the college's board of regents on monday also ordered that all three receive letters of reprimand.a woman who has accused former assistant coach joe tumpkin of domestic violence contends the school knew of the abuse and took measures to cover it up.an independent investigation determined mistakes were made by the university, but there was no intent to cover up or break the law.the inv






colorado officials disciplined for handling of allegations


boulder, colo. (ap) — three university of colorado officials, including its chancellor and football coach, have been disciplined for their handling of domestic violence allegations against a former assistant football coach.chancellor phil distefano will serve a 10-day suspension and athletic director rich george and football coach mike macintyre will each have to make $100,000 donations to domestic violence causes.the college’s board of regents on monday also ordered that all three receive letters of reprimand.a woman who has accused former assistant coach joe tumpkin of domestic violence contends the school knew of the abuse and took measures to cover it up.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.an independent investigation determined mistakes were made by the universit






cu sees potential in ncaa council making changes to recruiting


significant changes to the ncaa’s football recruiting model could lead to an early signing period that several coaches, including colorado’s mike macintyre, have wanted for years.during its meeting in indianapolis on thursday and friday, the ncaa division i council approved several changes to the recruiting calendar, voted to eliminate two-a-day practices, and approved the hiring of a 10th assistant coach in football.“i think they’re all good rules,” macintyre said in a press release from cu. “they should be productive and good for everyone involved.”pending approval from the college commissioners association, the division i council made a change in its recruiting calendar to add an early signing period in december, in addition to the february signing period.march 20, 2017 ralphie iv, reti






colorado football coach punished in assistant domestic violence case


mike macintyre will have to donate to the domestic violence awareness for "failures".        






steven montez got benched as cu’s quarterback. instead of pouting, he grew up. –


boulder — there’s no telling if colorado’s 44-28 dismantling of california will save this disappointing season for the buffaloes, and propel them to a bowl bid that was slip-sliding away. but this much i know is true: somewhere down the road, in five or maybe 10 years, quarterback steven montez will wrap mike macintyre in a big bear hug and thank the coach for benching him.“i kind of felt like i had a huge chip on my shoulder, and i needed to prove to everybody why i should be out there (on the field), and why i should be playing,” montez said saturday, after he threw for 347 yards to put a happy exclamation point on a tough week in which his starting job was placed in jeopardy.seven days earlier, montez looked as if somebody had left his cake out in the unrelenting rain of pullman, wash.






cu football coach mike macintyre's $16.25 million contract approved through 2021


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manchester arena attack: scots girl still missing


image copyrightfacebookimage caption eilidh macleod (right) remains unaccounted for. her friend laura macintyre (left) is in hospital with serious injuries a 14-year-old remains missing after the suicide attack at manchester arena which claimed the lives of 22 people.eilidh macleod, from the isle of barra, has not been seen since the monday night's attack.her friend laura macintyre, 15, is in hospital with serious injuries.angus macneil, the former western isles mp, who knows the families of both girls, said that laura's injuries would suggest she had not been far from the bomber. both girls' parents have flown to manchester.'shock and disbelief'mr macneil told the bbc on tuesday: "laura is in hospital. she's alive, she's in a serious condition. we are still very worried for her, of course






manchester arena attack: scots girl still missing


image copyrightfacebookimage caption eilidh macleod (right) remains unaccounted for. her friend laura macintyre (left) is in hospital with serious injuries a 14-year-old remains missing after the suicide attack at manchester arena which claimed the lives of 22 people.eilidh macleod, from the isle of barra, has not been seen since the monday night's attack.her friend laura macintyre, 15, is in hospital with serious injuries.angus macneil, the former western isles mp, who knows the families of both girls, said that laura's injuries would suggest she had not been far from the bomber. both girls' parents have flown to manchester.'shock and disbelief'mr macneil told the bbc on tuesday: "laura is in hospital. she's alive, she's in a serious condition. we are still very worried for her, of course






how twitter made #therise of colorado buffaloes football a self-fulfilling proph


boulder — “look,” colorado football coach mike macintyre told me, punching up a video on his cell phone. “the legend is real. you’ve got to see this.”what i saw next defied gravity. the sports video playing in the palm of macintyre’s hand showed a 338-pound colorado springs teenager named jalen sami launching from the basketball court and rattling the rim with a thunderous dunk.“he almost wind-milled it!” exclaimed macintyre, marveling at the athleticism from a defensive lineman joining the buffaloes with colorado’s highly-touted 2017 recruiting cl .as certain as a 338-pound d-lineman can dunk, the rise of cu football is real.how did it happen? well, long before colorado upset stanford, shocked pac-12 rivals by qualifying for the conference championship game or signed a top-30 recruiting c






how twitter made #therise of colorado buffaloes football a self-fulfilling proph


boulder — “look,” colorado football coach mike macintyre told me, punching up a video on his cell phone. “the legend is real. you’ve got to see this.”what i saw next defied gravity. the sports video playing in the palm of macintyre’s hand showed a 338-pound colorado springs teenager named jalen sami launching from the basketball court and rattling the rim with a thunderous dunk.“he almost wind-milled it!” exclaimed macintyre, marveling at the athleticism from a defensive lineman joining the buffaloes with colorado’s highly-touted 2017 recruiting cl .as certain as a 338-pound d-lineman can dunk, the rise of cu football is real.how did it happen? well, long before colorado upset stanford, shocked pac-12 rivals by qualifying for the conference championship game or signed a top-30 recruiting c






falk leads no. 15 washington state over colorado 28-0


pullman, wash. — luke falk threw for three touchdowns as no. 15 washington state beat colorado 28-0 on a rainy and windy saturday night.jamal morrow rushed for 73 yards and a touchdown for washington state (7-1, 4-1 pac-12), which rebounded from a 34-point loss at california that coach mike leach called the worst game the cougars have played in his six years there."it's an improvement," leach said. "our team played hard. we missed some opportunities."leach acknowledged the weather was brutal."the first half was pretty extreme," leach said. "the wind was blowing and all the swirling rain makes it tough."phillip lindsay rushed for 98 yards for colorado (4-4, 1-4), which was coming off its first pac-12 win. lindsay came in needing just five yards to top 1,000 for the season."that was the wors






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 34 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 44 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






jcc threats symbolic of a rise in hate crimes


closeskip in skipxembedxshare the jewish community center in brighton was temporarily evacuated tuesday after a bomb threat was reported. tina macintyre-yeebrighton police with the help from new york state police, monroe county sheriff’s office, police dogs and the fbi searched the 180,000-square-foot-facility.(photo: tina macintyre-yee/@tyee23/staff photographer) 32 connectlinkedinemailmorerochester, n.y. — a downward trend of anti-semitic crimes has apparently changed, with increases in the bias-driven incidents in 2016 and a recent spate this year of bomb threats and vandalism at jewish cemeteries, experts say."2015 marked the end of ... a long-term decline in anti-semitic hate crimes," brian levin, the director of the california-based center for the study of hate & extremism, said tues






colorado buffaloes 2017 recruiting cl full of players coveted by big programs


boulder — mike macintyre told the prized offensive tackle to wait.as jake moretti, the coveted 6-foot-4, 270-pound prospect from pomona, began to think twice about his verbal commitment to national power ohio state, the rising program in his backyard began to look more and more appealing.so moretti called macintyre, colorado’s coach, back in november to say he was considering staying home.macintyre was thrilled to hear from the player he and his staff had recruited hard before the lineman pledged to join the buckeyes. but when macintyre gathered moretti and his parents in his office overlooking folsom field and the flatirons beyond, the coach preached patience.“i told him, ‘i don’t want this to be some knee- reaction,'” macintyre said. “i don’t want it to be an emotional decision. i want y






california man under investigation after dad with dementia found in u.k., report


whittier, calif. -- a fire destroyed a house in southern california in november 2014. the whittier home is still red-tagged and boarded up, but it served as a clue to help solve a mystery in england, cbs los angeles reports.on nov. 7, 2015, an elderly man with an american accent was spotted in a bus station parking lot in the british city of hereford.he had no id on him and was not able to tell police anything about himself because he had dementia, according to the ’s “panorama.”police placed him in a nursing home and plastered his p o all over the news, asking the public to help identify him.“we’ve taken his fingerprints,” sgt. sarah bennett of west mercia police told “panorama.” “that’s proved negative. we’ve contacted all the police forces in the u.k. we just need to find out more about






heavy lifting required to reconstruct colorado buffaloes defense


editor’s note: second of a two-part series previewing spring football practice for colorado, which begins wednesday.  today: the defensethe unit that helped carry colorado to an improbable division championship keeps taking hits.the buffaloes knew they’d lose eight starters from a team that helped win the pac-12 south back in november. they were less prepared for the loss of jim leavitt, the architect of cu’s two-year defensive turnaround, leaving his job as defensive coordinator in december to take the same position at oregon. cornerbacks coach charles clark, who had worked with cu coach mike macintyre since his days at san jose state, followed leavitt to oregon.the biggest blow came next, with former safeties coach joe tumpkin forced to resign in january in the wake of charges of domesti






roger curry: mystery of abandoned man with dementia solved


an american man with dementia who was found on the street without any id had been intentionally left in england by his family, a investigation has found.the identity of roger curry baffled police and social services for months. panorama traced his family to a suburb of los angeles, and discovered that his son and daughter-in-law had flown him to england before abandoning him. darragh macintyre reports.who was the abandoned man with no memory?






israeli-american teen arrested for threats against jewish centers in u.s.


a police car is parked in front of the louis s. wolk jewish community center of greater rochester after a bomb threat was reported in brighton, n.y, on march 7, 2017.(photo: tina macintyre-yee, democrat & chronicle) 374 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — an 18-year-old israeli-american has been arrested in connection with a wave of threats aimed at jewish community centers, the fbi confirmed thursday.the suspect, who was not immediately identified, was arrested by israeli police as part of joint investigation with the fbi, federal authorities said.investigators believe the suspect is responsible for the bulk of the threats transmitted against the institutions in the past several months.read or share this story: http://usat.ly/2ngdi40






5 things you need to know this weekend


president trump sits at his desk on air force one upon his arrival at andrews air force base, md., on jan. 26, 2017.(p o: pablo martinez monsivais, ap)hello, vlad. it's me, donaldweek one is done. to kick off his second week, president trump will speak with russian president vladimir putin urday for the first time since the inauguration. trump remains steadfast in his hope to develop a closer relationship with russia (cue the bromance). his first week w ped up with a visit from british prime minister theresa may (cheers for the apple juice) and a phone call with mexican president enrique peña nieto, who had canceled a visit with trump after a border wall dispute. trump shakes hands with defense secretary james mattis during an event at the pentagon on jan. 27, 2017. vice president pence is