It's been almost two months since former University of Montana head football coach Robin Pflugrad was fired, but he hasn't left campus just yet.
University Legal Counsel David Aronofsky told NBC Montana Pflugrad asked for an on-campus office, and after some deliberation as to where the office would be, UM was ?glad to accommodate.?
Aronofsky said there was some room in the back of the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library on campus, so they?re letting Pflugrad use the space.
Library workers said Pflugrad has used the office a few times; Aronofsky says it?s temporary.
While Pflugrad is still being paid by the University of Montana, Aronofsky said the former coach will still be in charge of reimbursing UM for any extra expenses, like long distance phone calls.
Pflugrad's contract runs through the end of the year, and the university will have to shell out about $116,000 to pay it.
UM President Royce Engstrom announced that both Pflugrad and Athletic Director Jim O'Day were let go late in March. Engstrom said UM needed a change in leadership; no other reasons were given for the dismissals.