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Lane Kiffin Interviews for Alabama Offensive Coordinator

Lane Kiffin is stirring up “red tide” in Tuscaloosa.

Former USC coach Lane Kiffin, fired midseason after a 62-41 loss to Arizona State, will interview at Alabama Kiffin,  former  University of  Southern California head coach from 2010 to 2013, who was released by purchase robaxin online USC in late September following  a 62-41 loss at Arizona State, was reportedly interviewed for Alabama’s offensive coordinator job today.

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Kiffin, who also  served as offensive coordinator for the University of Southern California Trojans college football team from 2005 to 2006,  visited with Alabama coach Nick Saban prior to the Sugar Bowl “to share  and exchange ideas … [for] professional development.”

Following Kiffin’s initial meeting with the Bama head coach,  Saban said “Lane is a really good offensive coach, and I’ve always had a tremendous amount of respect for him.  Just to come in and brainstorm a little bit to get some professional ideas with our guys is a really positive thing.”

If hired, Kiffin who was also head coach of the National Football League’s Oakland Raiders from 2007 to 2008 and head coach of the University of Tennessee Volunteers college football team in 2009 would fill the position vacated by offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier .

Nussmeier  left the Crimson Tide on Thursday to join Brady Hoke’s staff  as the Michigan Wolverines offensive coordinator.

A number of names have entered the discussion to be Nick Saban’s fourth offensive coordinator at Alabama.

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Phil Savage, the analyst on Alabama’s radio broadcasts and executive director of the Senior Bowl, mentioned two names on his Twitter account. Crimson Tide receivers coach Billy Napier and former UCLA/Washington/Colorado head coach Rick Neuheisel made the list “to keep an eye on.”

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Sources are reporting that Alabama fans aren’t exactly thrilled to hear of the possibility. While a small percentage of the fan base seems open to the idea, the majority on Tide supporters on Twitter are asking their program to abstain.

Alabama Post-Game Statement Head Coach  Nick Saban:
 
Opening statement…
“First of all, this is a tremendous rivalry. Great tradition. A lot of great fans. It was a great atmosphere for our team to play in today. For the seniors we have on our team I feel really badly because they have had a great career here. Our fans have done a fantastic job. I am really proud of how this team came along and improved throughout this season and created the opportunity that we have for ourselves here today. We told our team that this is like March Madness. Coming into this game that if you want to keep playing in the tournament you have to keep winning. I was really proud of the way our guys competed out there today, but the fact of the matter is that we did not make plays when we needed to. Whether it was a made field goal with a penalty or a missed field goal after that. Going for it on fourth and less than a yard and not being able to make it. Making the decision to do what we did at the end of the game. Not being able to cover the kick. We knew they had a guy back there and that we had to fan and cover it. That was not a great way to lose the game, especially for a team that I have a tremendous amount of respect for. It is my responsibility. I think our coaches did a great job this year with this team. We just did not make the plays when we needed to make them on third and fourth down today to get this chance to win. I think you have to give Auburn’s players a lot of credit. They have had a great season. They played a great game. The made the plays they needed to make today and that is probably the difference in this ballgame.”
On the coverage of the final play kick…
“It just looked like we did not have anybody down on the right side. The right wing and the right tight end, everybody is supposed to fan the field. We covered to the left; that is why he went to the right. I could not see it that well down their sidelines. First time I have ever lost a game that way, first time I have ever seen a game lost that way. We had the wind behind us, but he still should have covered it. The game should not have ended that way.”
On the short field goal…
“Well we missed a couple field goals. We had fourth down and less than a yard. I do not ever like to say I do not have confidence in our players but we have been a very good short yardage team all year. It did not work out that way. So myself and a lot of other people will probably say that we should have kicked a field goal there, but we had a field goal from that same spot that we missed. You cannot take it for granted that we could have made it. That is the game. But it goes back to being able to make plays and execute them in critical situations of the game. We have been a really good short yardage team but it just did not work out properly this time.”
On lack of defending the last touchdown pass…
“We were playing man to man coverage on the X. The quarterback runs his own pull. We actually had bracket coverage on the guy, but the safety is supposed to come out of the top on an outside release and the corner is supposed to stay with the guy. The corner did not stay with the guy. You have to have tremendous discipline to play against this offense. You have the zone, you have a quarterback that can run the ball, and they have a pass off of it most of the time. We made a mental error in coverage that cost us a touchdown.”
On addressing the team after the loss…
“I told the team that I was proud of the way they played all season long and the way they have improved as a team. We are very proud of our football team to win eleven games. I still think we have one of the best teams in the country. I do not think we played our best game today. Everyone knew what was at stake and we did not make the plays when we needed to make them. That responsibility starts with me and every player on the team and every coach in terms of how we contributed to what we did today. The ultimate responsibility is mine. I am very, very proud of this team, the improvements they made, the way they competed and played all year, and the way they competed today. We just did not make the plays when we needed to make them. This team will have another opportunity to play a game and we are going to try and do it the right way.”
On Auburn’s running game…
“Their running game has had a lot of success against everybody all year long. They are a very difficult offense to defend. Like I said, it takes a lot of discipline. There were times when we did not play the plays properly, especially on their second drive to score fourteen points in the second quarter. We did not close and do the things we were supposed to do and they hit us for a couple of big runs. We had some big stops and have every opportunity to win the game, we just came up a little short. You certainly have the stop the run a little better than we did today to have a chance to beat a team like this because that is what they do extremely well.

Lane Kiffin’s college record

Year School Rec.
2009 Tennessee 7-6
2010 USC 8-5
2011 USC 10-2
2012 USC 7-6
2013 USC 3-2

Alabama Head Coaches

Alabama has had 28 head coaches since organized football began in 1892. Adopting the nickname of the Crimson Tide after the 1907 season, the team has played more than 1,100 games in their 114 seasons. In that time, 12 coaches have led the Crimson Tide in postseason bowl games: Wallace Wade, Frank Thomas, Harold D. “Red” Drew, Bear Bryant, Ray Perkins, Bill Curry, Gene Stallings, Mike DuBose, Dennis Franchione, Mike Shula, Joe Kines, and Nick Saban.

 

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Adam Krohn: Why are Vols fans surprised?

Adam Krohn: Kiffin on a boat of his own  (This is a archive article written by Adam Krohn, writer for The Daily Citizen,  Dalton Georgia we make no claims or take no credit for it’s content)

Lane Kiffin is not stupid.

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Sure, the new University of Tennessee coach comes across as cocky, overconfident and someone who talks a big game with no credentials to back it up, but so what? Did you see the Volunteers play last year? There hasn’t been much to hype up in Knoxville for the last few years.

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So the 34-year-old Kiffin is creating some hot-air hoopla by blowing smoke. He has told everyone his team is going to beat Florida. He has called Urban Meyer a cheater.

At times it appeared he didn’t know the rules of recruiting. And he allegedly told a recruit that chose another school over the Vols he’ll be “pumping gas for a living.”

Lane Kiffin Tells Recruit He’ll End Up Pumping Gas

Now, is this the most conventional way to put your program on the map? No. Most coaches prefer to be humble and let their record speak for itself. But Kiffin has placed himself in a different boat. In his mind, he doesn’t have two or three years to wait for the Volunteers to post a Top 10 finish. So he’s forcing the issue.

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But here’s the catch: It’s working.

All the major media outlets, who crave sensationalistic story lines to fuel the 24/7 news feed, need someone like Kiffin to create drama and generate debates. Even before coaching his first game at Tennessee, Kiffin has already gained the undivided attention of the national media.

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For instance, at Tuesday’s annual SEC spring meetings, attended by all league coaches, Kiffin was the center of attention.

Forget that Florida had just won its second BCS championship in three years. Forget that a Houston Nutt-led Ole Miss team turned its program around with a 9-4 record (5-3 in the SEC) after four straight losing seasons and no conference wins in 2007. Forget that Vanderbilt won its first bowl game in over 2,000 years. And forget that Georgia failed to live up to its preseason No. 1 ranking and finished the regular season with a loss to Georgia Tech.

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All anyone attending the league meetings in Destin, Fla., wanted to know was what Kiffin would say next. With the media already wrapped around his finger, he chose to say nothing. And that was still a story.

Kiffin’s approach to running a college program is getting results far more important than grabbing the media’s ear. Recruits are buying into what Kiffin is selling. Kiffin landed a top 10 recruiting class in Year 1, headed by the top prospect in the nation, running back Bryce Brown.

Longtime NFL coordinator Monte Kiffin — Lane’s father — created a name for himself by building a defense in Tampa Bay that was the Buccaneers’ staple for over a decade. He takes over a Volunteers defense that finished 2008 tied for first in the SEC with Alabama in total defense.

Never mind Kiffin’s mouth, he’s on the fast track toward pointing the program in a winning direction with the pieces he already has in place.

But why is Kiffin pushing the envelope so hard? Why does he appear to be so impatient? The answer isn’t because he’s a young hot-head.

The answer is because he’s auditioning for another job. If and when Southern California coach Pete Carroll steps down from his post, Kiffin wants to be the first in line to replace him in my opinion.

There’s nothing about Kiffin that screams “Life-long Volunteer.” Besides a second chance to put himself on the map (he had no chance with the Raiders), there’s nothing in Knoxville for Kiffin.

He doesn’t want to spend the rest of his life in a town full of orange No. 16 jerseys, with half the fan base still bitter over the firing of Phillip Fulmer.

Kiffin wants the SoCal lifestyle.

He wants the major market.

He wants the beach and the palm trees. And he wants the Trojans.

USC has a new football coach: Lane Kiffin

So the sooner he can generate a buzz, the sooner he can get recruits and the sooner he can start winning, the sooner he can realize his ultimate goal. He’s already accomplished generating a buzz and getting recruits.

Now all he has to do is win games in one of the nation’s toughest conferences.  Read more at The Daily Citizen

Adam Krohn: Why are Vols fans surprised?

Why is everyone in Knoxville acting so stunned that Lane Kiffin bolted for the University of Southern California? It should have been obvious to anyone who followed college football that as soon as Pete Carroll left the Trojans, Kiffin — if given the opportunity — would leave Tennessee and return to the place where he helped put together one of the greatest runs in college football history.  Read full story here

Read more by Adam Krohn at The Daily Citizen

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Lane Kiffin’s Wife Layla Kiffin BIO and PICS


Layla Kiffin is the wife of University of Tennessee Head Coach Lane Kiffin and daughter of former all-American Quarterback and NFL John Reaves.

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According to sources, the Lane and Layla Kiffin met while she was working for the Tampa Bay Buccaneer’s organization.  They have been married for eight years.  Read full story here

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Lane Kiffin’s Wife Layla Kiffin BIO and PICS

Layla Kiffin is the wife of University of Tennessee Head Coach Lane Kiffin and daughter of former all-American Quarterback and NFL player John Reaves.

According to sources, the couple met while she was working for the Tampa Bay Buccaneer’s organization.  They have been married for eight years.

They have two daughters: Landry, 3 and Pressley, 1. On January 13, 2009, Layla gave birth to their first son, Monte Knox Kiffin.  Read full story here

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USA Today – Aug 26, 2009
In a story in The Tennessean, Layla Kiffin explains what it is like be the wife of coach in Knoxville and how her husband is a lot more sensitive that his

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Lalya Kiffin Bio and More (PHOTOS)

Lalya Kiffin is the wife of University of Tennessee Head Coach Lane Kiffin and daughter of former all-American Quarterback and NFL player John Reaves.  According to sources, the couple met while she was working for the Tampa Bay Buccaneer’s organization.  They have been married for eight years.

They have two daughters: Landry, 3 and Pressley, 1. On January 13, 2009, Layla gave birth to their first son, Monte Knox Kiffin.

According to sources:

Kiffin signed a “memorandum of understanding” with the University of Tennessee [VOLS] on November 30, 2008. The tentative deal will pay Kiffin $2 million in 2009, with additional performance bonuses, including a $300,000 bonus if UT competes for the national championship. His salary increases over the six-year-deal, reaching a high of $2.75 million in 2014. The average salary of the deal is $2.375 million. If Kiffin is fired in 2009 or 2010, the school will have to pay him a buyout clause of $7.5 million; after the 2012 season, the buyout clause decreases to $5 million If Kiffin resigns his position, he will have to pay UT $1 million in 2009, with the sum decreasing by $200,000 each year of his contract.

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