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Former USC Football Coach Files $30M Lawsuit Over Wrongful Termination

According to reports, former University of Southern California football head coach Steve Sarkisian is suing the university for upward of $30 million for the manner in which he was fired.

Sarkisian's lawsuit and attorney reportedly claim USC broke the law by firing someone with a disability.

Sarkisian was relieved of his coaching duties in October after allegedly having a drunken meltdown at a team facility.

It's unclear as to what disability Sark might be referring to, but one can only hope the 41-year-old isn't going to use his alcoholism as grounds for the lawsuit.

This story is still developing at this time, so check back for the latest news as it's made available.

Citations: STEVE SARKISIAN SUES USC YOU FIRED ME OVER MY DISABILITY Wants More Than $30 Mil (TMZ), STEVE SARKISIAN FIRED BY USC (Update: Players Notified By Text) (TMZ)