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SEC slaps Lane Kiffin's wrist...again.

Written by Juan Cena on Monday, October 26 2009 and posted in SWRT

Despite all his awkwardness when it comes to living by the byzantine rules of the NCAA, Kiffin is going to be a good-to excellent coach for the Tennessee. We should enjoy these of mocking Lane Kiffin's missteps as a young head football coach for the Vols while we can.
Kiffin's latest Brittney moment: The SEC has reprimanded Kiffin for criticizing the referees during the Vols' loss to Alabama. The reason this time for knocking the refs? Because they didn't call an unsportsmanlike conduct on Terrence Cody for throwing his helmet after blocking that last-second field goal attempt. Like the refs were going to call that one after the excessive celebration calls in the past few weeks.
Still, this does bring up the growing pains of a (relatively) young head football coach. The learning curve is steeper in the SEC than it would be in a less significant school. Though a pattern is emerging where I can see Kiffin getting canned not for on-the-field success or lack thereof, but from off the field issues such as massive recruiting violations, or just rubbing the wrong people the wrong way at Tennessee.

(via rivals.com)
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Despite all his awkwardness when it comes to living by the byzantine rules of the NCAA, Kiffin is going to be a good-to excellent coach for the Tennessee. We should enjoy these of mocking Lane Kiffin's missteps as a young head football coach for the Vols while we can.
Kiffin's latest Brittney moment: The SEC has reprimanded Kiffin for criticizing the referees during the Vols' loss to Alabama. The reason this time for knocking the refs? Because they didn't call an unsportsmanlike conduct on Terrence Cody for throwing his helmet after blocking that last-second field goal attempt. Like the refs were going to call that one after the excessive celebration calls in the past few weeks.
Still, this does bring up the growing pains of a (relatively) young head football coach. The learning curve is steeper in the SEC than it would be in a less significant school. Though a pattern is emerging where I can see Kiffin getting canned not for on-the-field success or lack thereof, but from off the field issues such as massive recruiting violations, or just rubbing the wrong people the wrong way at Tennessee.

(via rivals.com)

Posted originally: 2009-10-26 15:35:00
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