FLOTUS' brother fired from Oregon State, owed $4M: Report

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Oregon State fired men's basketball coach Craig Robinson, most famous for being President Barack Obama's brother-in-law.

Citing sources close to the matter, The Oregonian reported Monday that Robinson had three more years left in his contract. The university is expected to owe him around $4 million, the sources said.

The move comes five weeks after Robinson had an end-of-season meeting with the school's athletic director Bob De Carolis to discuss his future with the team.

He was just 93-104 in six seasons at Oregon State, and the Beavers failed to go to the NCAA tournament or NIT in his tenure.

Click here to read the full report from the Oregonian.