Lane Kiffin Uses 'Shawshank Redemption' Reference When Discussing Saban’s Future At Alabama
Matt Bush-USA TODAY Sports
New Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin is making the media rounds this week. On Wednesday, he stopped by the Dan Patrick Show where he weighed in on Nick Saban's future at Alabama...

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I always figured that he would try and win one more then hang it up. Kiffin is giving Saban new purpose. The man thrives on hate and paranoia.
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Insert the Morgan Freeman "he's right you know" image here.
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It’ll at least take some of Saban’s attention away from being laser frickin focused solely on us. That’s a good thing- more drama for Saban!
Reply2 months
Rocks thrown. Will sit back with some popcorn and see how this plays out!
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I predict an Alabama win next season
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This is going to be great to watch. Saban/Kiffin battling it out in the media while we sit back and watch. So glad kiffin didn't take the LSU OC job, or he'd be tearing everything down on his way out.
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It’ll be all fun and games for Freshwater until Saban steamrolls him and runs up the score
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Kiffin should really wait until he’s built Ole Miss back up a little before running his cakehole, because Saban is going to take great delight in boatracing him. But hey, Kiffin gonna Kiffin, I guess.
2 months
It’s absolutely true. Dickey is a robot. Programmed only one way
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I’m sure Saban is just loving having Kiffin in the West.
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Going to be fun watching this play out.
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