Lane Kiffin Reveals What Has Changed In The SEC Since He Left Alabama
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This is Lane Kiffin's first year as head coach of Ole Miss, however, this will be his third time coaching in the SEC. As you remember, he coached at Tennessee for a hot second and was Nick Saban's offense coordinator a few years later. On Wednesday, he revealed what has changed in the SEC since he left the Crimson Tide...

“I think that, you know, some programs over the last few years… I don’t want to name them because I may leave someone out and someone will get mad but you know who the perennial powers are, they have recruited at such a high level that it seems to me there’s a big difference in the rosters at the top, especially last year, and the rosters at the bottom of the league,” Kiffin said, via Saturday Down South.
(The Spun)
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Leaves Bama, ends up at OM, makes statement about disparity between talent at top and bottom of the conference. He’s saying OM sux
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Just look at what teams get players drafted. It is very clear. Ole Miss-0, ATM and Tennessee-2 each. Let's not even count Vandy.
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Is this supposed to be some brilliant deduction? Let's hear more from him then.
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You don’t say? That’s what winning does.
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