Former USC Coach Todd McNair is suing the NCAA for causing him to wrongfully lost him job with the team because of the punishment handed down from last year's Reggie Bush case. Per

McNair, who spent six seasons as USC's running backs coach beginning in 2004, was hit with a one-year show-cause penalty as part of the NCAA sanctions the school received last year, meaning any school attempting to hire him during the year period would have to seek permission from the NCAA to do so.
It comes down to McNair appealing the believability of one of the NCAA's key witnesses in the case, Lloyd Lake, who supposedly gave Bush money over a couple years at USC. The NCAA ruled last June, either McNair knew or should have known about Bush's relationship with Lake and purposely misled investigators.
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