MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The highest-paid employees at the University of Minnesota last year were men's basketball coach Tubby Smith and football coach Jerry Kill.
The St. Cloud Times reported the salaries Sunday. The Times had requested information about compensation for university employees as part of an ongoing examination of public workers' pay.
The newspaper found that Smith earned nearly $1.9 million in fiscal year 2012, which ended June 30. The figure includes his base salary and other compensation.
Kill took home nearly $1.26 million.
University President Eric Kaler was the third-highest paid. He earned more than $588,000 last year.