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Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin snuck in a little joke about Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott during he and Derrick Henry's Cotton Bowl presser on Sunday. While discussing all the running backs Michigan State has faced this season, he made a joke about the Buckeyes not giving Elliott the ball enough against the Spartans. Something Elliot was vocal about after that game.
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LSU615102 months
Kiffin is a tool without integrity. Nobody listens to his punk a$$, especially Saban.
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utstnx102 months
hopefully he learned from them and feed the monster and stop throwing on four straight downs!!!!
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aubby57102 months
why did he say jk thats a joke it really wasn't necessary.
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Rabern57102 months
Funny coming from a guy that can't even lead his own division in scoring despite all the 5 star players.
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RandySavage102 months
That's rich. Had Kiffin given the ball to Henry last year against Ohio State they would have won the national title, or at least played for it.
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HarryBalzack102 months
I don't get it.
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SidetrackSilvera102 months
Great delivery. Likable guy. The twitter post image was again helpful for me as the reader to understand the story. Thanks to Mr. Burger.
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harmonics102 months
This made Ezekiel Elliot lol
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BatonRougeBuckeye102 months
Cant argue with what he said. If we had given the ball to Zeke more than 12 times (only 2 in the second half) OSU would be playing BAMA and not Mich St.
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monsterballads102 months
kiffin is in the playoffs, he can make jokes.
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BuckeyeFan87102 months
Someone still seems a bit bitter.










And it's me, because he's right. :lol:
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If you have to inform everyone it's a joke, guess what? not funny. ROWE TAHD PAWL!
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Cadello102 months
Kiffen is a cool guy...thats a joke.
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djangochained102 months
Just kidding. That's a joke
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