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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Mike Bellotti fired again?

So say these guys. Poor Mike will have to muddle by on his $41,341.67 monthly PERS pension now.

Comments (9)

Forty grand a month? For life?

Probably with a COLA, too, no?

And maybe he'll have to get used to traveling with a lawyer with a suitcase of cash and avoid the jurisdiction of the international criminal court like Henry Kissinger & Dick Cheney....or, maybe he just gets a filthy VooDoo Donut named after him.

Reader -
Not forty grand a month. Forty one grand, plus change, a month.

Allan L. -
No COLAS for PERS recipients. Ever.

The above referenced link/story states that "...Bellotti is done with football, and out of the public eye." Perhaps he was only reassigned. I just saw Bellotti on ESPNU last night on their College Football Show:"ESPNU BCS Countdown (Mon., 6-7 p.m.): the hour-long live studio show, hosted by Nowkhah, discusses the ever-changing college football standings. ESPN’s Mike Bellotti, Tom Luginbill and Kevin Carter will share analyst responsibilities."


It refers to him as "ESPN's Mike Bellotti."

The family may have to fall back on child labor to make it through the winter. Fortunately UO is willing to bend a few more rules to help out: http://jobs.uoregon.edu/unclassified.php?id=3386

Add another $4200/month that Bellotti's wife is collecting from PERS thanks to the convenient divorce/remarriage.

Her: "This has nothing to do with the choices we made."

Him: "Put in all the taxes I've paid to the state of Oregon."

Bellotti was announcing tonight's Toledo-Arizona game on ESPNU. That may or may not be a demotion. He's also listed here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ESPN_College_Football_broadcast_teams with few sources cited.

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