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We Have Many Complaints About This Taiwanese Animation Version Of Lane Kiffin Getting Fired … SLIDESHOW, Engage
The fine folks at Next Media Animation have given us many special gifts over the years: their work on the Tiger Woods mistress scandal alone should have won a Nobel Prize. But we have a few hard questions for our Taiwanese friends regarding their latest effort, seen above, focusing on the firing of Lane Kiffin. Let’s begin.
Trying to recall the last time a coach got fired between midnight at 5 a.m., and can’t come up with anything. Lane Kiffin officially lost his job at USC this morning at 4:50 a.m. PST, which is when AD Pat Haden announced the embattled coach had been “relieved of his duties” with the football team. The Trojans had just lost to Arizona State 62-41, so I guess 62 is the magic number that gets you canned in the wee hours.
USC’s football season quickly spiraled out of control this year. After beginning the season as the preseason No. 1 and favorite to win the National Championship, the Trojans finished up with a 7-6 record, including a 21-7 loss in the Sun Bowl to Georgia Tech. This did not make some players happy. Details, after the jump.
I finally figured it out. Lane Kiffin is not overrated. Lane Kiffin is not in over his head. And that is because Lane Kiffin is not even a football coach at all. Lane Kiffin is an artist, and his body is his canvas. His artistic aim? Provide college football fans everywhere with endless entertainment at his expense.
Lane Kiffin Blurts Out “I Gotta Go” During Second Question Of Press Conference, Inexplicably Bolts (Video)
The Lane Kiffin circus continued today when he held a post-practice press conference. All seemed well at first, with Kiffin praising the offensive performance. He was then asked a question concerning an injury, and he became inexplicably despondent. Though he did muster an “I don’t know,” it was clear that something was amiss.
Lane Kiffin. Meet Bane Kiffin. And Bane Kiffin’s Tumblr. It’s about time someone put that mask on Kiffin, considering his offseason antics. So the intrepid folks over at Bane Kiffin’s tumblr decided to stick the Dark Knight Rises Bane mask on Kiffin’s smarmy mug and have him say a few words.
A group of roughly 30 Penn State players today walked out of the school’s football building, stood in front of the assembled media, and announced their intention to stay in the pile of flaming wreckage that is the Nittany Lions’ football program.
That hasn’t stopped opposing coaches from getting real creepy.