Bumped. From June, 2009. GO BRUINS. -N
From SI.com's FanNation:
Tennessee leads most SEC schools in football-related secondary violations since Lane Kiffin was hired as coach on Dec. 1, 2008, according to information obtained through Freedom of Information requests by the News Sentinel. Tennessee has had six. Ole Miss is next with five. Alabama and Auburn did not respond to the FOI requests and Vanderbilt, as a private school, is not subject to FOI requests. Kiffin admits he has made some mistakes, but he does not believe the number to be over the top.
Now think about how hard Lane must work to get caught 6 times in 7 months. (Guess he didn't take Christmas off.) And to get caught that often, he probably had to commit (or inspire his assistants to commit) about thrice that number. I think the Knoxville paper should ask Lane where he developed these skills, which clearly outclass those of everyone else in the SEC.
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