Hauck salary could surpass that of new UM prez
New Montana football head coach Bobby Hauck’s contract could set him up to make more than incoming university president Seth Bodnar.
Hauck, who was officially hired Dec. 1, has signed a three-year contract with a base salary of $185,000. But the contract includes a series of incentives that, if met, could bring pay to $339,000 next season – or $26,000 more than Bodnar.
In addition to typical on-the-field and classroom performance incentives, Hauck’s contract includes several clauses not included in any other head coaching contract at UM.
These include demands that the team’s student athletes conduct themselves in a manner that “brings pride to the team, the department, the campus, and the community” as well as incentives for undergoing training in the university’s code of conduct policies and procedures, specifically in discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, talking and retaliation.