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Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Former Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin was formally introduced as Florida Atlantic head coach on Tuesday morning.

During his introductory press conference, Kiffin said that if wasn't at FAU he would be back in Tuscaloosa next year, which has many people believe is not true as his contract at Alabama was expiring after this season and was not expected to be renewed.

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ConwayGamecock90 months
I would have been here if I wasn't there.....
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1990 months
Lane does such a good job of making himself look stupid it's like a gift.
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ParrishGore90 months
If that's the truth then why didn't he just tell Orgeron so Orgeron could move ahead with finding an OC. Doesn't make much sense for Kiffin to drag his good friend along instead of telling him wouldn't go to LSU if he didn't get a HC job.
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teamjackson90 months
Please get better writers. This article is trash.
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CCTider90 months
You gotta sign up for td premium to read the professionally written articles.
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TheRaid90 months
It is a lie. He should have just let it go away. Now it is another thing he is lying about and everyone knows it.
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RECConspiracy90 months
Correct. Everyone I know that is in the know tells me that's B.S. I don't really buy that anyone at FAU will care either way though. They got a good deal and they know it.
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WithaRebelYell90 months
You can always draft another contract but why would you want to if hes looking to be a head coach?
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atltiger648790 months
because you get another year of an elite OC who's taken 3 first-year starting QBs and led them to the playoffs each year.
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1990 months
A lesson to my "win at all cost" thinking fellow fans. Purple, Gold, Crimson...Joey gonna Joey wherev.
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