Sowder ruled that Leach’s due process rights were not violated when Tech fired him in December of 2009.
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Former sports commentator and now U.S. Senate candidate Craig James has backed off his effort to get source information from the publishers of books by Mike Leach and another author who has written about Leach’s being fired as Texas Tech’s head football coach.
Appeals for both sides were denied by the Texas Supreme Court, which allows Leach to continue in seeking a ruling which shows that Texas Tech did indeed fire him inappropriately.
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Leach offered to settle with Texas Tech for full pay from the 2009 season, a measure unanimously rejected by the Texas Tech Board of Regents.
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No confirmation of a formal contract has been reported as of yet.
The Texas Supreme Court Friday requested briefs from Leach’s legal team explaining why Texas Tech is not entitled to sovereign immunity in Leach’s lawsuit against the University for Wrongful Termination and Breach of Contract.