Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin Responds To Fake Tweet About Tennessee Job
© Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports
On Monday, the Tennessee 247 site posted a fake report that Lane Kiffin was leaving Ole Miss to return and coach the Vols....

The report made it's way to Kiffin who had this response...

I'm still in awe that Vols fans still want him to return to coach there.

(The Spun)
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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13 Comments
Well he could always let Barnes go and do us gator fans all a favor and hire his brother as coach
Reply1 month
Chizik won a title a was canned a few years later. O is following that plan...
Reply1 month
Kiffin is so overrated. Don't get it. He has pretty much sucked everywhere he has been.
Reply1 month
"Pump your brakes kid. That man's a national treasure."
1 month
Actually I think he is aging into a better coach.
1 month
Yep. You don’t get it. ???????
1 month
Lane Kiffin is obsessed about reading about himself on Twitter. Maybe he should spend that time trying to make his team better.
Reply1 month
Best team ever? Slow your roll. Maybe in the new modern soft era. Ever? No lol.
1 month
They should be so lucky
Reply1 month
That would be as solid a hire as LSU's current shite show.
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PUB
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Kiffin is actually an excellent X and O offensive coach while Ogre is incapable of coaching as a coordinator.
1 month
Yea pub, makes sense. I’ll go with the data that matters. Coach O - one national title, beat college team ever Kiffin - zero titles in anything
1 month
I'll go with Bige11, the data/science as demorats like to say, compare the kiffen and O all you want, only thing that matters is COACH O multiple winning seasons and 1 NC and arguably put together the Greatest College team ever. Kiffin is like a pretty girl who really isn't pretty at all once the make-up is off.
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