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"Former USC coach Lane Kiffin is visiting Alabama this week to evaluate the Crimson Tide's offense, a source told ESPN on Monday.

Kiffin is a guest of Alabama coach Nick Saban, the source said, and will be in Tuscaloosa "to share ideas and exchange ideas and [for] professional development," the source said."
You think he'll be with Bama come next season or just networking to get a new job?
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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He's advising him on how to deal with impending recruiting violations hitting the fan...
Reply35 months
Saban owes him for defending Saban, when UM was in the SEC and bad mouthed Saban
Reply36 months
Recruiting. Bama needs help.
Reply36 months
probably wants to work out a deal for him to take a lower staff job. but get to be groomed as a better head coach next time, if there is one.
Reply36 months
Very strange... something aloof here.
Reply36 months
This is a ruse . . . the REAL reason for Kiffin's visit is so Saban can consult him on his PR image. Amirite?
Reply36 months
Saban to Texas. Kiffin to Alabama.
Reply36 months
I think it's just Saban doing what good coaches do... have a new pair of eyes have a look at the team and tell him what he thinks. Even if it is Kiffen. Doesn't mean he has to listen to him, but just good to have a new fresh pair of eyes take a look at it.
Reply36 months
Two dicks bumping heads.
Reply36 months
Who want's to bring this shite storm in for anything.
Reply36 months
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