The Jim Leavitt saga is not going to end. At least not anytime soon. Leavitt wants his good name restored money and his attorneys are stopping at nothing to get it. Attorneys for both sides met this weekend but have not come to a resolution. USF’s stance is that it fired Leavitt with cause and therefore owes him just one month’s pay. His attorneys say it was without cause due to their belief the investigation into the incident which occurred with player Joel Miller was conducted unfairly. They are seeking he be paid a figure closer to the 75% of his full contract value as stipulated by said contract if he were dismissed without cause. The two figures are vastly different – roughly $67,000 compared to $7.5 million. Obviously a difference Leavitt wants to fight for. Whether the...

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