football practice underway, distractions are the last thing that the Texas Tech
Football program needs right now as it tries to rebuild itself following a 5-7
But distractions is
what Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville is dealing with right now, as a lawsuit
that was filed against Tuberville on Friday in Alabama.
On Friday a formal
lawsuit was filed in the United States District Court for the Middle District
of Alabama Eastern Division against Tuberville, John David Stroud and eight financial
There were seven
plaintiffs listed in the 32-page lawsuit and the total amount of the damages
came to approximately $1,760,700, according to the lawsuit.
The lawyer that is
representing the plaintiffs in this case was contacted on Tuesday by
RaiderPower.com, but has yet to return the call.
the lawsuit Stroud had given business cards to one ore more of the plaintiffs,
which referred to him as the President and Portfolio Manager of “T.S. Capital”,
and Tuberville had also given out business cards, which referred to him as
Managing Partner of T.S. Capital.