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SALT LAKE CITY -- Lawmakers on Tuesday released the results of a wide-ranging audit of the University of Utah athletic department that was prompted by its cancellation of the 2016 basketball game against rival Brigham Young University.Among the findings was that Utes coach Larry Krystkowiak had not yet repaid the $80,000 it cost to cancel the game, an expense he promised to personally cover.Krystkowiak is instead making four payments of $20,000 over four years. He made the first payment out of his private foundation, Krystko Foundation.In canceling the game, Krystkowiak said the teams needed time to cool off after BYU guard Nick Emery was kicked out for throwing a punch during the 2015 game.The move angered Utes and Cougars fans and triggered a debate on social media that even Utahs governor weighed in on.The university told auditors that Krystkowiak used money that he gave to the foundation, not donor contributions, to pay the cancellation cost, but auditors say they cant confirm that because the foundations records are private.Krystkowiak declined comment until he could examine the audit.Citing the rivalry, lawmakers on an audit subcommittee requested the report in February, a month after the game was canceled. Its findings were largely unremarkable.House Speaker Greg Hughes, the only subcommittee member who attended BYU, said then that the review would allow an understanding of athletic department revenues.At a hearing Tuesday, Hughes and other members of the subcommittee pored over the report, spending more than an hour questioning auditors and the schools president and athletic director about equipment, budget and other findings. They did not ask about the canceled game or the rivalry.Rep. Brian King, D-Salt Lake City, said some saw the audit as punishment for the canceled game, but he thought it provided useful information and reflected well on the school.Utah president David Pershing said the school agreed with the audits recommendations for tighter controls of the departments budget and operations and said the school is making the changes.The series dates to 1909 and had been canceled only once before -- in 1944 due to World War II.Utah and BYU are scheduled to meet again in December 2017 and in 2018 as part of the newly formed Beehive Classic.Utah, BYU, Utah State and Weber State will play in a December basketball tournament that starts in 2017 and runs each year through 2019.The audit focused on granular operations of the athletic department such as whether audio visual equipment and electronics were properly labeled and inventoried and how recently locks were replaced on buildings.Legislature auditor general John Schaff said he didnt know how much the efficiency and effectiveness audit cost, but three staff members and an intern have been working on it since late March, while juggling other projects.Its the first time Schaffs office has audited a university athletic department.The 72-page report also found that salaries for most coaching staff increased significantly after the school joined the Pac-12 in 2011, and expenses also have jumped in an effort to compete with other Pac-12 schools.Wholesale Air Max 97 . 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Every sport has officials and they also have stories about hard work and sacrifice but their accomplishments are seldom recognized by anyone outside their inner circle.TROON, Scotland -- Bill Haas struck his drive on the 11th hole, immediately flung his arm to the right, and asked his caddie: Am I gonna find that?Next up was Charl Schwartzel, who leaked his tee shot even further right and onto a rail track adjacent to the fairway. Looking straight ahead, he shook his head and stuck out his right hand in a signal for another ball.Just two of the many players finding it tough at The Railway hole at the British Open on Thursday.At 482 yards, the par-4 No. 11 ranked as the hardest hole at Royal Troon, just like it did in 2004. It averaged 4.7 shots, more than one of Troons three par-5s and almost as much as the other two. Fourteen players made worse than double-bogey, and David Duval, Steven Bowditch, and Kristoffer Broberg walked off with 9s.Lets be honest, said Bubba Watson, who bogeyed No. 11, that hole fits nobodys eye.Looking out from the tee box, theres danger everywhere on the hole at the far end of the links course. First of all, its a blind tee shot with a 218-yard carry over a mass of gorse bushes covering the view of a tight fairway. A rail track runs the length of the hole to the right, with trains to and from nearby Glasgow and Ayr running in both directions about every five minutes. On the other side of the track, horses roam beside a couple of houses.Theres usually a train coming, Kevin Na said to the gallery, having backed away from a shot from the thick rough on hearing a train approach. One goes that way, and one comes back.To the left, theres more heather. And then theres the wind off the nearby Irish Sea to contend with. All in all, its a daunting shot, even for a driver of the quality of Rory McIlroy.You try to make a 4 four times this week, McIlroy said of the 11th. Then youre going to do very well.Paul Casey spent almost a minute with his caddie sizing up his drive, asssessing where to aim in relation to the 20-meter-high TV camera in the distance.dddddddddddd His tee shot ended up drifting slightly right, settling in a mound of thick rough on a downhill slope. All he could do was hack out.Matt Fitzpatrick of England was one of 10 players to shoot 7 on No. 11. He thought he struck his tee shot well, only for the wind to push it right and into a wall between the rail track and the heather.All of a sudden, the wind was off the left rather than into, Fitzpatrick said. Reload.As if the drive isnt hard enough, the green also is well protected. Theres a deep bunker on the front left of the green, which Na hit into and was forced to play out backward. Its a narrow line into the putting surface, with the wall five yards to the right of the green.Much of the carnage on No. 11 came early. Of 21 players in the first seven groups of the day, only five posted a par or better. The group containing former champions Sandy Lyle and Duval as well as British amateur champion Scott Gregory took 23 shots between them.Matt Jones of Australia was in a share of the lead on 5 under par until he met the treacherous No. 11. His tee shot landed on the train track and he had a 6.You see nothing but trouble, Jones said.Six players in the 156-man field made a birdie there, with only one -- from Richard Sterne -- coming from the morning starters when the wind was up. When the wind died down in the afternoon, Andrew Johnston and Matt Kuchar both shot 3s in the same group and there were fewer big numbers. Leader Phil Mickelson parred the hole.Expect more trouble for the rest of the week.The 11th hole is one of the toughest holes Ive ever played, Billy Horschel said. Its just a scary tee shot. ' ' '

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