Found October 02, 2013 on Double Coverage Football:
PLAYERS: Lane Kiffin
TEAMS: USC Trojans
2010 was a crazy time. Texas played for a National Championship. Taio Cruz had the number one song in America. The U.S. government actually did it's damn job and didn't cancel service academy football games for no reason. But if you're looking for a refresher on 2010 insanity look no further than USC, where the Trojans wanted Lane Kiffin so badly that they gave him $2 million a year AND gave him a $500,000 loan to purchase this mansion in Manhattan Beach: With a catch. USC's loan came with a stipulation that Kiffin would have to pay the $500K back, plus interest, immediately if he quit or got fired. Time to pay up, coach. Just so we're clear, I've always been a Kiffin hater. I hated that he got an NFL head coaching job with no experience just because of who his dad was like he was Prince William or something. I hated that he failed miserably in Oakland and was rewarded with the head coaching job at Tennessee. I hated that he spent the entire seaso...
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