"F... Lane Kiffin" Jeff Fisher

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  1. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Old Man Tip Jar Donor

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  2. Finnegan2win

    Finnegan2win hopesfall2win

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    Lol @ Kiffin : "but this is a great opportunity and promotion for Kennedy.”

    ROFL. Ok. He goes from coaching Chris motherfudgin Johnson to some high school rejects? That's quite the promotion!
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    Titanium TITANFN Staff

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    Kiffin = :moon2::moon2::moon2:
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    Chapparal97 Grumpy Old Fart

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    Rejects? Oye Vey........

    He's becoming the OC at his alma mater (who happens to have a roster full of 5 star "rejects"). Now he can actually coach rather than just "suggest" to gold toothed diva millionaires. Jealous much?
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    ^

    Seems pretty dumb to take a job where the program is in immediate decline and serious trouble, versus building up an easy resume with Chris Johnson leading the way.
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  6. VolnTitan

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    Kiffin will be gone within 3-4 years.
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  7. Finnegan2win

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    How many of those 5 star kids have you already lost due to the loss of scholarships and the pointlessness of playing for a team that can't compete in bowl games for a few years? You think USC will still be able to recruit like they once did after all this? Doubtful. There's probably even more infractions yet to surface, yep I'm real jealous.
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    Leaving as RB coach of any football team on the planet to take the OC job at USC is a no-brainer.

    Pola Quote
    "I don't feel good right now with that timing, but to do something special the timing isn't always right," Pola, 46, said in a phone interview. "Jeff was not happy. But Jeff is wired different than anybody I've been around. He said, 'I'll adjust. You're my brother. You bled and sweat at USC like I did and I know this is an opportunity.'"
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  9. Chapparal97

    Chapparal97 Grumpy Old Fart

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    ZERO.....thats the funny part, people back here think there's this mass exodus going on. Do a bit of homework. Unless you want to figure in Seantrel Henderson who they let out of is LOI, the only players the Trojans have lost were back-ups who figured to be deep down on the chart anyway. Those guys just wanted more playing time since they weren't good enough for SC...... They still have major talent at starters and with freshmen and sophomores.

    I bet by the end of the year they'll be top 5 in the AP (BCS won't allow them to be considered). Plus, I bet you that sanctions will be reduced.

    Be aware though, that 6 SEC/ACC schools are being investigated right now too. Who knows what lurks under the Meyer, Saban, Spurrier, Dooley sheets. The USC thing just opened Pandora's box. I'll bet Slive is having a few sleepless nights these days.
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  10. World Peace

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    You dont know what you are talking about. SEC players do not get in trouble with NCAA. SEC players are birthed from the womb of excellence in everything that they do.
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