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Lane Kiffin (allegedly) Commits His First NCAA Violation At U$C

Bumped. GO BRUINS. -N

According to WBIR, the local NBC affiliate in Knoxville, Lane Kiffin has already committed a secondary violation while recruiting a player to U$C:

Volquest.com is reporting that the former Vols football coach picked up a recruit from the airport in a limo.

Kiffin committed six secondary violations while at Tennessee.

I went over to Volquest.com to look for details, but so far, all I can find is a message board report (subscription required) from an administrator on the board which reads:

Word is that Kiffin has already committed a secondary violation at USC by picking up a prospect at the airport in a limo.

No more details than that. 

What I find really amusing isn't so much that Kiffin is already (allegedly) breaking NCAA rules.  That was just a matter of time (10 whole days-- way to go, Lane!).  What's more noteworthy to me is that an NBC affiliate would run with the story based solely on a vague message board posting.  It illustrates just how angry Tenn fans are and their zeal to see Kiffin go down in flames.

If the enemy of our enemy is our friend, then the good people in the Volunteer State are our BFFs.

(UPDATE:  After a little more research, it appears that the message board administrator, Brent Hubbs, is also a contributor for WBIR.  So that explains the synergy between the two sites.  It also adds a little more credibility to the claim.)

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