by Larry LeoJune 20, 2018
© Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
Vols fans really hated Lane Kiffin for a long time after he jumped ship to coach at USC after only one year. In a fun interview with ESPN's Marty Smith, Kiffin reminisces about getting reamed out by Nick Saban, his regrets, and when they asked him to wear a bullet proof vest at Tennessee. You can jump below for the quote...
Marty Smith: “When you meet Tennessee fans, what do they say?”
Lane Kiffin: “They’re awesome now. They weren’t real good right when we left. Or when we got to Alabama and went back to Neyland Stadium…there weren’t 100,000 people chanting I love you, that’s for sure. But no, they’re awesome now.
Smith: “What do you remember about that day?”
Kiffin: “It was crazy. They were literally talking about a bulletproof vest. I’m like come on guys, this is football. They were like no, no, really. Then they had security with me the whole way, even walking on the field and stuff like that. I was like I’m not wearing a vest.
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