SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – California Gov. Jerry Brown says he’s withholding $50 million from the University of California’s budget to “hold their feet to the fire.” He says his revised budget released Thursday withholds the money until the UC system accepts changes in a recent critical state audit. Auditors found the system hid tens of millions of dollars in reserve accounts and overpaid administrators. Brown says he wants more transparency and financial reporting from the system. He also criticized administrators’ salaries as being too high. The state auditor was particularly critical of UC President Janet Napolitano, who has disputed auditors’ findings. Auditors say Napolitano’s office altered campuses’ responses that were critical of her office. But Brown defended her, saying the governing Board of Regents and others generally think she is doing a good job.