VESTAL, N.Y. (AP) -Binghamton University is giving interim men's basketball coach Mark Macon a raise.
Acting athletic director James Norris says Macon has been granted an increase to his $57,651 salary but declined to say the amount.
Macon took over the team in mid-October when coach Kevin Broadus was placed on paid leave from his $230,000-a-year post after starting point guard Emanuel ``Tiki'' Mayben was arrested on drug charges and five teammates were dismissed for unspecified violations.
Binghamton's athletics program is being investigated by the State University of New York. The school also is dealing with a lawsuit filed by a female employee who claims she was sexually harassed by two athletics officials and two boosters.

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