According to figures reported to the Chronicle of Higher Education in 2017, John Calipari was the highest-paid person on UK's campus that year at $7.24 million, followed by Mark Stoops at $3.9 million and Matthew Mitchell at $1.28 million. A change in the law means UK's tax bill for those three coaches increases significantly.
According to figures reported to the Chronicle of Higher Education in 2017, John Calipari was the highest-paid person on UK's campus that year at $7.24 million, followed by Mark Stoops at $3.9 million and Matthew Mitchell at $1.28 million. A change in the law means UK's tax bill for those three coaches increases significantly. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
According to figures reported to the Chronicle of Higher Education in 2017, John Calipari was the highest-paid person on UK's campus that year at $7.24 million, followed by Mark Stoops at $3.9 million and Matthew Mitchell at $1.28 million. A change in the law means UK's tax bill for those three coaches increases significantly. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com