Montana extends football coach Delaney's contract
MISSOULA — Montana announced Thursday that it has removed the interim tag from football coach Mick Delaney's title and given him a two-year deal to lead an embattled program caught up in an investigation of how the university as a whole handled allegations of sexual assault.
Delaney was chosen as the interim head coach for the 2012 season after coach Robin Pflugrad was relieved of his duties in March and told his contract wouldn't be renewed. Interim athletic director Jean Gee said Delaney's new contract expires in January 2014.
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