Iowa Hawkeye Football Program Makes a Coaching Change
The University of Iowa has reached a separation agreement with Executive Director of Football and Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Chris Doyle, effective June 15.
Doyle will receive 15 months worth of benefits and pay in two lump sums for a total of $1,112,499.
In addition, the University of Iowa Office of General Counsel has hired the Kansas City law firm of Husch Blackwell to conduct an independent review of issues and allegations relating to racial disparities within the football program.
Doyle has come under fire lately from former players alleging racial mistreatment. He has been on administrative leave for the past 2 weeks. Raimond Braithwaite will continue as interim director of the football strength and conditioning program.
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