Iowa officially parted ways with longtime strength coach Chris Doyle on Monday.
USA Today reported the agreement pays Doyle $1.1 million.
Doyle was placed on administrative leave earlier this month after several former Hawkeyes players said he contributed to a dysfunctional culture for black players.
The school issued a statement announcing it had "reached a separation agreement" with Doyle effective immediately.
"We wish Chris the best moving forward in his career," athletic director Gary Barta said in the release.
Doyle, who had been part of head coach Kirk Ferentz's staff since 1999, said he is confident his "record and character will be confirmed" during an independent review that is currently being conducted of the football program.
"Iowa City has been home to our family for 21 years. I am grateful Iowa football provided an opportunity to work with incredible players, coaches, and support staff," Doyle said in a statement released by the school. "I have worked diligently to make a positive impact on the lives of student-athletes, support them as they speak out, and look forward to continued growth.
"I am confident that my record and character will be confirmed in the course of the independent review. The University and I have reached an agreement and it is time to move on from Iowa football. My family and I are looking forward to the next chapter."
Doyle's son Dillon, a linebacker for the Hawkeyes, announced last week that he will transfer to another school.
--Field Level Media