Suspended University of Colorado football coach Gary Barnett says he's sure he and his embattled football program will be exonerated -- but not certain he will remain C-U's coach.
Barnett spoke in-depth with KMGH T-V of Denver.
He says whether or not he continues as the Buffaloes' head coach after an investigation is up to someone else, but he's certain the probe will find no wrongdoing on his part.
University President Betsy Hoffman suspended Barnett last month.
The suspension will last at least until April 30th, when an independent panel investigating a sex scandal at C-U is scheduled to complete its work.
Barnett says he realizes some people won't believe anything he says simply because he's a coach, but insists he knows nothing about sex and alcohol being used to lure recruits.
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