Found June 11, 2013 on College Spun:
Former Syracuse assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine will be seeking $11 million in a defamation lawsuit against ESPN, CNY Central is reporting tonight. It’s also being reported that ESPN will be the only defendant, meaning reporter Mark Schwarz and The Walt Disney Company are no longer listed as part of the lawsuit. Former @cuse basketball coach Bernie Fine wants millions in @espn defamation casecnycentral.com/news/story.asp… — CNY Central (@CNYcentral) June 12, 2013 Fine was fired by Syracuse University after two men, Mike Lang and Bobby Davis, made claims that they’d been sexually abused by the former Orange assistant coach. ESPN ran the story in November of 2011. 
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