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- Because of his arrest on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel could lose up to $347,307, including $40,769 donated to the MU Wellness Resource Center by Pinkel. The loss is about 15% of his annual income. The graphic shows a breakdown of the financial impact.
- After being arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel was penalized with a one-week suspension without salary or guaranteed incentives. Other terms of his suspension include a one-year salary freeze, ineligibility for any bonus from playing in a bowl game and ineligibility for a social responsibility bonus. In total, Pinkel could lose up to $306,538 under these terms, which includes another week’s salary and benefits that Pinkel has promised to donate to the MU Wellness Resource Center.
- Missouri football coach Pinkel apologizes for DWI arrest
- Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel to meet press after DWI plea
- Report documents Pinkel's sobriety tests, arrest
- Pinkel sends letter to Tiger Nation following arrest
- Gary Pinkel pleads guilty to Class B Misdemeanor
- Missouri football coach Pinkel suspended for one week after arrest
- Videos show excerpt of Alden-Pinkel news conference
- Gary Pinkel's blood alcohol level not yet released
- Pinkel suspended for one week, will not coach Texas Tech game
- Twitter coverage of news conference on Pinkel's suspension