Kiffin on PTI


ESPNs Pardon the Interruption

ESPN's Pardon the Interruption


As we speak, Lane Kiffin is doing his thing on ESPN’s PTI.  

They focused on, of course, the gas pumping comments, which Kiffin still adamantly denies.  

Along with that, they also talked about the usual storylines…. Kiffin being his dad’s boss, people taking their shirts off, and the comments he’s made about Florida.

All in all, a good little interview.  Always nice to get your name out there.  

I’m on the look out for the actual video.  Stay tuned.




~ by drewbd on 03.13.2009.

2 Responses to “Kiffin on PTI”

  1. “Getting your name out there” because the world views you as a buffooon is not a positive for the University or the football program. A football coach should not be an embarrassment to alumni, faculty or the student body. Coach Kiffen appears to have the maturity of a fifth grader. Surely UT could have done better than him and his 5-15 record.

    • Calling him an embarrassment to the University, faculty, and student body at Tennessee is a bit overboard. Fans of other teams, such as yourself, might view him a certain way. But spend five minutes looking at other Tennessee blogs, and you’ll see that the majority of Tennessee fans view Kiffin‘s (note the spelling) hiring as a good thing for the football program. He’s bringing new life to a program that has been stagnant for years, and Vol fans are loving it.

      As for the faculties’ view of the hiring, I’m going to go ahead and say that most of them (probably 90%) aren’t big football fans, so I don’t think they care.

      And the students? They’re just ready to see some wins.

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