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During the first half of the SEC Championship on Saturday, Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin signaled for a touchdown before his QB Blake Sims had even thrown the ball to DeAndrew White for a 58-yard TD...



He did the same thing last week against Auburn in the Iron Bowl...

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A bit arrogant? Or nothing at all?
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Hate K -- but those are setups you dream of(and work 18 hrs a day) as a coach. I would have done the same thing.

And for those of you who think it's a signal for Sims to throw, you truly need to learn football before commenting on something you know nothing about. Take this from a high school offensive coordinator.
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He knows the play and if the key WR is going to be open on the play. Assuming Sims sees the WR too.
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I would kind of lean towards signal, but I just don't think the QB is looking at the sideline in the middle of a play.
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I agree it's a signal to let Sims know he's going to be open downfield
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"Because the ball wasn't thrown yet?"

Exactly. Moron.
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"How do we know it's not a signal that the deep ball receiver is open?"


Because the ball wasn't thrown yet? Idiot.
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How do we know it's not a signal that the deep ball receiver is open?
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Arrogant? Wtf
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Dude is on fi-ya
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I'm not a big Kiffin fan, but how is that arrogant?
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Same play both times.
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Well.. he was correct both times.So.....
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