Mike DeCourcy argues, perhaps logically, that firing Rick Pitino at this point might be disastrous for Louisville, as they would owe him $15 million and set the program back significantly.
Meanwhile, back in court, the prosecution rested Tuesday. Karen Sypher's attorney takes over on Wednesday, and she may take the stand.
Her attorney is no joke: check out this article from the Courier Journal. He takes no prisoners.
So far though, the trial has been disastrous for his client. It's going to be interesting to see what the strategy is from here, and how they attack, because that's what he does. He attacks.
- Prosecution rests its case in Karen Sypher extortion trial
- John Clay's notes: No reason to fire Pitino now
- The big question: will Sypher take the stand Wednesday?
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