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Former USC head coach Lane Kiffin appeared on College GameDay at Washington this morning for a big, fancy exclusive interview with Chris Fowler that was always going to fall short of the hype. Nothing newsworthy or interesting really happened and there wasnt even any sign that Kiffin may be any good on TV in the future.
We did get one excellent sign about Lane Kiffin though, which again teaches us that the fans are the best part of College GameDay.
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Former USC head coach Lane Kiffin joined the ESPN College GameDay staff this morning to give some insight into what the past two weeks have been like since his firing. And while he was booed wildly by Washington fans, he did give some pretty honest answers on a series of difficult questions. When asked what it was like watching USC face off against Arizona on TV this past Thursday...
Lane Kiffin made his first public comments on Saturday since being unceremoniously ousted as USC football coach.
Kiffin accepted blame for what has transpired with the Trojans. After the team's 62-41 loss to Arizona State on Sept. 29, athletic director Pat Haden fired Kiffin as the team returned home .
"To have that taken away, it was very hard. It's been a very hard...
Recently fired USC Trojans head coach Lane Kiffin made an appearance on College Gameday to discuss what happened during his tenure and to talk football. Fortunately, one fan in Seattle, Washington not only created this hysterical sign, but managed to get perfect placement behind Kiffin to create this amazing screen grab. Fantastic work.
Guess it didn't take long for USC to move on from the Lane Kiffin era.
Just a little over two and a half minutes into USC's matchup Thursday against Arizona, quarterback Cody Kessler dropped back, set his feet, and threw the monstrous 62-yard touchdown pass you see above to wide receiver Nelson Agholor, giving the Trojans an early lead and a hungry Coliseum crowd something...
Lane Kiffin appeared on ESPN’s College GameDay on Saturday to talk about his failed tenure at USC.
The result was chants by Washington University fans reminding Kiffin “you got fired.”
“Obviously I’m to blame being the head coach,” he said. “There are a lot of things I should’ve done better. At the same time, I’m very proud of our time there. If you...
Former USC coach Lane Kiffin gave an interview to Tom ESPN’s College GameDay on Saturday morning. The Washington fans subjected the former Trojan head coach to signs reminding him of his tragic demise and departure from USC. To add salt to the wound the Husky crowd started a “You Got Fired” chant.
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Former USC coach Lane Kiffin made an appearance on ESPN’s College GameDay on Saturday morning, and he had to have known what he was in for. Washington fans who were gearing up for their biggest game of the season against No. 2 Oregon had no problem expending time and energy to rag on Kiffin. ESPN’s […]
It’s a tough time for me T…Former USC coach Lane Kiffin was on the set of College Gameday today and the UW students didn’t hold back. Props to UW, here are some more great Gameday signs if you need a quick laugh.-TOUniversity Of Washington Doing Work On GamedayLane Kiffin Spotted Leaving Los Angeles
College GameDay is live from Seattle on Saturday for the first time in the ESPN show’s history for the battle between No. 2 Oregon at No. 19 Washington. Despite the location, fans from Washington State, Washington’s instate rival, will be representing, proudly displaying their Cougars flags. Washington State has a tradition of having a representative at each GameDay location...
Fresh off his firing from USC, Lane Kiffin headed to College GameDay to give his first public interview. The interview was what you expected it to be, but the reaction on Twitter was glorious. Not to mention the below sign.
We gathered the best of Twitter’s reactions for your viewing pleasure.
Lane Kiffin choosing to go on Gameday was straight up Silas, the albino monk from...
Who would have thought that bringing back cookies, opening up practices and adding some fun to football would turn things around quickly at USC? That’s exactly what interim head coach Ed Orgeron has done and it showed Thursday night as the Trojans blasted Pac-12 foe Arizona 38-31 in the first game after former head coach Lane Kiffin’s firing.
While it was just one game, the vibe...
If you haven’t heard, Lane Kiffin will be making an appearance on ESPN’s College GameDay this upcoming Saturday. We figured we’d give the staff some suggestions on what to ask the much-maligned former USC head coach, ’21 Questions’ style.
1. Be honest, were you actually upset about being asked about a player’s injury here, or did you just really have to go to the bathroom...
It's been a tough season for the USC Trojans so far. The question marks began to pop up after a tougher than expected win over Hawaii. They continued after a loss to Washington State and a hard win over Utah State. Everything of course culminated on the ride home from Arizona State when embattled head coach Lane Kiffin was fired following a 62-41 loss.
So with a new coach...
It was ugly early for Arizona on Thursday night.
Which, of course, meant the Wildcats had to rally late. And while they did, it wasn't quite enough, as Arizona turned a rout into doubt in the final minutes of the fourth quarter but still suffered a 38-31 loss to USC in Ed Orgeron's debut as the Trojans' interim coach.
For USC, there is life after Lane Kiffin. For Arizona...
After leading USC to a 38-31 win over Arizona Thursday night and radically changing the atmosphere around the school’s football program in just 12 days, it appears interim head coach Ed Orgeron is, indeed, auditioning for the full-time job. After Thursday’s win, USC athletic director Pat Haden said he would certainly consider Orgeron for the job depending on how the rest of the...