Later this afternoon, the University of Kentucky will fire it's men's basketball coach, Billy Gillispie. Hired just two years ago, and greeted on his arrival in the Bible-belt city of Lexington with signs saying "Our Savior!", Gillispie's salary has been $2.3 million a year. In a state where desperately needed education is being cut across the board and college tuitions are rising at five times the rate of inflation, Kentucky will now reportedly pay Gillispie $6 million to go away. The University will hire another coach, probably at a higher salary, and will likely have to pay some kind of cash settlement to the school that coach walks away from.