Coaches, staff at University of Michigan taking pay cuts amid pandemic

Coaches and staff at the University of Michigan will take pay cuts to help reduce the financial blow from COVID-19. 

Head football coach Jim Harbaugh and men's basketball coach Juwan Howard are among those accepting a 10 percent salary reduction. 

Full-time staff members earning between $50, 000 and $150,000 a year will also see a reduction in pay. 

The athletic department is facing a $26 million deficit due to the pandemic. 

Monday night, the school's board of regents approved tuition increases for all three of its campuses.