Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by sweaty teets, Feb 1, 2011.
No ****ing way. He will be murdered. Not in the sports sense but seriously murdered.
Let this happen!
The pure entertainment value of it all would be amazing.
.01% chance of him coaching there, but to meet with officials of a different team the day before NLOI day?
This can't be true. Everyone that's in on an USC recruit is calling up right now asking if they really want to go to a school where the coach has one foot out the door. He can't possibly be so stupid as to even allow a hint that he's looking for new jobs the day before NLOI day.
some huffman guy has been tweeting all day that a big schocker to pac 12 recruiting was coming today, who knows?
Yes, yes he can be that..... But I want to think that there aren't any coaches calling the recruits right now.
Interesting timing of all this. Is he pulling this as a ploy to show recruits that the league is interested in his talents? The young players will see right through that crapola.
this kiffen guy provides endless entertainment options.
Yes, more please!
I only hope that the tro-hoe fans outdo the vol fans in dismissing him and burning him in effigy. Fricken' hilarious.
Yes, Lane Kiffin can be. Bear in mind this is the guy who had guys on his staff call Tennessee recruits on behalf of USC while they were still in Knoxville at the Tennessee facility.
So I wonder what Martin is thinking?
If it's true, this would be Pat Haden's chance to bring in his own head coach.
Watch the Titans move to LA if this happens. It seems like Kiffin has to move between California and Tennessee annually. SoCal to NorCal to Tennessee to SoCal to Tennesse?
Who is the chick next to him?
never seen his wife layla?
It seems that this would probably be about the lawsuit that the Titans have against Kiffin for "illegally luring" their running backs coach to USC.
Changes everything you thought you knew about girls who understand football, don't it?
Not sure she has a clue about football.
She doesn't have to...
I'm surprised Lane wasn't wearing a bigger smile on that magazine cover
Her dad is John Reaves, is a former NFL quarterback who played his college football for the Florida Gators.
She grew up with football.
John Reaves bio
After graduating from high school, Reaves received an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, and played quarterback for coach Ray Graves and coach Doug Dickey's Florida Gators football teams from 1969 to 1971. In his first season as the Gators' starting quarterback, Reaves was part of a group of second-year star players known as the "Super Sophs" that included Reaves, wide receiver Carlos Alvarez and running back Tommy Durrance. Reaves and the Super Sophs led the Gators to their all-time best season record of 9–1–1, and an upset 14–13 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers in the 1969 Gator Bowl. Reaves and Alvarez subsequently broke every Florida passing and receiving record during their three-season college careers, and Reaves set the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) career passing record of 7,581 yards and the Southeastern Conference (SEC) career record of fifty-six touchdowns. Reaves was a first-team All-SEC selection in 1969, a first-team All-American in 1971, and a team captain in 1971. As a senior, he received the Sammy Baugh Trophy recognizing the nation's best college passer.
His record as the NCAA's all-time career leader in passing yards was achieved after a controversial fourth-quarter play in the last game of the 1971 regular season, when most members of the Florida Gators defense laid down on the field in the fourth quarter, allowing the Miami Hurricanes to score a touchdown with enough time for Florida's offense to get the ball back so Reaves could set the record. The event is commonly referred to as the "Florida Flop," and is often recalled bitterly by Hurricanes alumni and fans.
Reaves returned to Gainesville during the NFL off-season and completed his bachelor's degree in business administration in 1973, and he was later inducted into the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame as a "Gator Great."
Reaves was selected in the first round (fourteenth pick overall) of the 1972 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles, and he played for the Eagles from 1972 to 1974. He was then traded to the Cincinnati Bengals in 1975, the Minnesota Vikings in 1979, and the Houston Oilers in 1981. Reaves jumped to the expansion Tampa Bay Bandits of the start-up USFL in 1983; Reaves was the Bandits' starting quarterback for three seasons under head coach Steve Spurrier in a pass-oriented offense. After the USFL dissolved after the 1985 season, Reaves returned to the NFL for one final season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1987. Reaves' NFL career was that of a journeyman back-up—and his NFL career total of 3,417 yards showed it. In Reaves' two seasons as the Bandits' full-time starting quarterback, however, he threw for over 4,000 yards passing both years (1984 and 1985), and just over 10,000 total yards in his three-season USFL career (1983–1985).
As a long time USC fan, I like Lane Kiffen.
We just like him for different reasons. Mine is the endless entertainment value. Never know what's going to happen next, but it will be dramatic, over the top, and you will be amazed he got away with it.
Being a long time USC fan has nothing to do with Lane Kiffen. You must like him for some other reason....
No way does this story have any legs.
of course not, but would have been great
Without a doubt, it would've been classic. :lol:
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