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Scott Van Pelt is in a Twiiter battle with someone named "Steve Cleary" where SVP is defending the SEC. Here's the tweet that started it all...
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"Les Miles gives you a must see speech, Lane Kiffin ducks out a side door after loss # 4. That's why each is viewed the way he is."
Read the rest of their battle here.
Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Heard Tennessee got two more years of probation from something that happened during Kiffin's tenure. The gift that keeps on giving.
Reply54 months
Kiffin must be a legend when it comes to interviews. I have no idea how he lands top notch jobs as a pos and a mediocre coach
Reply54 months
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Kiffin is the Gruden of college football. All talk and no results


Gruden's career winning percentage is above .500 and he has a Superbowl ring attached to his name. You should probably change your name to MoronNation.
Reply54 months
van pelt is the man. such a cool guy
Reply54 months
Well, Gruden DID win a SuperBowl. Kiffin has done nothing.
Reply54 months
Kiffin amazes me how he always seems to fall up. Nver before have I seen someone get fired from one job for poor performance and then land a better job. When USC finally fires his arse I wonder where will he end up? Green Bay, Dallas, San Fran? What a lucky prick he is.
Reply54 months
Kiffin is the Gruden of college football. All talk and no results
Reply54 months
Kiffin was a joke at Tennessee and is still a joke at USC. Ironic twist though, is that the joke is on USC for overpaying a subpar coach.
Reply54 months
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