Jim Leavitt will always be tied to the USF program, but unfortunately it might be for all the wrong reasons. We’re getting to a point where enough is enough. USF has issued a response to Leavitt’s lawsuit against the school basically saying much of what he brings up is irrelevant. Apparently, Leavitt (read: Leavitt’s lawyers) believe he’s entitled to at least one-twelfth of his remaining contract. USF believes his contract very clearly states he is only entitled to one-twelfth of one season’s pay. The difference is over $300,000 so let’s assume Leavitt fights this until the very end. Regardless of which side you choose to be on in this matter, the black eye seems to be on Leavitt’s face, not USF’s. The school fired a man who they believe had crossed the line (they may have been looking...

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