The coronavirus pandemic has caused massive disruptions around the globe, and the college football world is no exception. Spring practices and spring games were canceled, football-related activities have been shut down and the recruiting calendar has been disrupted after the NCAA implemented an emergency dead period as people around the country shelter-in-place.
The status of the 2020 college football season hangs in the balance, and schools depend on football for the financial solvency of their athletic departments. Coaches have seen their bank accounts take hits as a result of concerns stemming from the concerns over the start of the season.
"If this starts to bleed into the fall and this starts to impact football, this is really going to be a transformative event for the industry as a whole," Zach Maurides, CEO of Teamworks,.
Which coaches have seen their paychecks cut? Here's a look at the growing list of names.
Louisville: Head coach Scott Satterfield (10%)
Syracuse: Head coach Dino Babers (10%)
Virginia: Head coach Bronco Mendenhall (undisclosed)
Wake Forest: Head coach Dave Clawson (10%)
Iowa: Head coach Kirk Ferentz (15%)
Michigan: Head coach Jim Harbaugh (10%)
Minnesota: Head coach P.J. Fleck furloughed (unspecified pay cut)
Rutgers: Head coach Greg Schiano for the next four months (10%)
Wisconsin: AD Barry Alvarez, football coach Paul Chryst and men's basketball coach Greg Gard (15% for six months)
Iowa State: Head coach Matt Campbell (One-year pay reduction, suspension of bonuses and incentives)
Kansas: Head coach Les Miles (10%)
Kansas State: Head coach Chris Klieman (13%)
Arizona: Head coach Kevin Sumlin (20%)
Colorado: Head coach Karl Dorrell (10%)
Oregon: Head coach Mario Cristobal (10%)
USC: Athletic director Mike Bohn, football coach Clay Helton, and men's basketball coach Andy Enfield will return a combined $1 million of compensation.
Washington State: Head coach Nick Rolovich (5% pay cut and suspension of bonuses and/or incentives)
Missouri: Head coach Eli Drinkwitz (10%)
Western Michigan: Head coach Tim Lester (25-26%)
Boise State: Football staff furloughed (7-10 days)