"That may be [lawsuit affecting possible job offers]," Leach said. "My market certainly has been limited. I think that is the notion out there. What needs to be understood is that I didn't wrong anybody. You know, I'm the one's that wronged. I'm the one that's suing to recover what I'm owed. I don't think anybody out there is planning to work without getting paid.
"The other thing is litigation doesn't affect my ability to coach. And litigation doesn't affect any other school but the one that owes me money. I think the reasoning is flawed, but it's a point of view that's shared by some schools."
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