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We Aren't Family: Lamey's Brother In Law Not Happy With ... Lame

From College Football Talk:

When Lane Kiffin abruptly left Tennessee for Southern Cal three weeks ago, there weren't many people more surprised than David Reaves.

And that's quite a statement considering the fact that, one, Reaves was Kiffin's quarterbacks coach at the time and, two, he had been Kiffin's brother-in-law for quite a few years.
Still, Reaves had no hint, no clue, that Kiffin was contemplating a move out west.  Or that he would not be a part of the relocation.

"The disappointment was more of me not knowing about the situation. You would think that I would have some kind of heads-up on the situation. But that's how it works out sometimes," Reaves told The State in a telephone interview recently.

If you aren't expected to break recruiting rules your first day on the job, or land armed robbers, or enlist "hostesses" to arouse high schoolers, don't expect a job from your brother-in-law.  If you are a cheating ogre, come on down!

P.S. Disney about to release SCwreck, about a large, homely, swamp-inhabiting ogre, and his adventures with a loud-mouthed donkey.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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