Sports gambling online news at first had Jim Leavitt out as coach on January 8 but he wants his job back for the 2010 gambling in sports campaign. Leavitt was the only coach in the 13-season sports gambling online history of the South Florida program.
Leavitt literally started the program from scratch and had trailers as the team offices. From those humble beginnings Leavitt turned South Florida into a perennial gambling in sports bowl team and once had his Bulls ranked as high as 7th in the nation during the 2007 on line sports gambling season.
Leavitt has always been known as a fiery and emotional coach and was fired for allegedly abusing a player during the 2009 sports gambling online season in a game against Louisville. Leavitt has sued South Florida to get his job back for the 2010 sports gambling online season.
As the only coach the school as ever had and as the man that fathered the program he has strong ties to the program. He is also from the Tampa Bay area. The details regarding the alleged abuse are sketchy as the player involved later back tracked from his original story and denied any wrong doing on Leavitt’s part.
Leavitt has a sports gambling online straight up record of 95-57. He has had plenty of job offers from other programs including Alabama in prior to the 2007 sports gambling online season before they settled for Nick Saban.
The controversy comes at the worst possible time for South Florida and Leavitt as the sports gambling online recruiting season is climaxing towards signing day in February.
South Florida is a member of the Big East Conference and enjoyed one of the most memorable wins in their sports gambling online history this year when they beat Florida State.
Leavitt always wanted his program to be mentioned in the same way that Florida, Florida State, and Miami have been through the years and the win was seen as vital towards achieving that status.