Found September 20, 2012 on Online Sports Guys:
Well, hopefully you are still with us as we enter week number 3. Because this is college football, there are always upsets, and last week proved that when Stanford beat USC. Now mind you Stanford didn't have Andrew Luck or any of the other graduates who went on to play in the NFL or running corporations, but they still won. We think it's because ESPN picked USC to win it all. Or maybe it was USC coach Lane Kiffin and his unbelievably tight sphincter. We have to run his presser from yesterday again...because it was just too friggin funny. No pressure there Coach Kiffykins, no pressure. So. With that being said, we didn't have a perfect week last week, but we didn't do poorly either. Let's go back and take a look: Last Week's Picks: 11-4. Not bad, but we can do better. Overall:'t that sound better? In this weeks clip, we go to the execution scene, something we are pretty sure the L.A. Media would like to do...

No walkoff for Kiffin on Thursday

LOS ANGELES --- Similar to Wednesday, USC head coach Lane Kiffin appeared to be in a jovial mood. As practice was winding down, he returned to his platform placed just in front of a USC backdrop and playfully mentioned the event that has put him and the USC football team in the national spotlight once again in the last 24 hours. Lets see if we can make it past a minute today, Kiffin...

Lane Kiffin’s Wednesday Media Session Was Very Short And Not So Sweet

USC Coach Lane Kiffin spoke with media following Wednesday’s practice in Los Angeles, and he didn’t ramble on at all. When asked about a specific player’s participation in practice, Kiffin simply responded “I don’t know” and then exited stage left. I’m not sure what set Lane off so quickly, but it is safe to say that following USC’s loss to Stanford last week he...

USC's Kiffin gets back to normal media session

Southern California coach Lane Kiffin's latest media session lasted considerably longer than 29 seconds. A day after Kiffin cut short his talk with reporters when he became irritated by a question involving an injured player, the 13th-ranked Trojans' coach answered all questions for nearly seven minutes Thursday. Kiffin got upset Wednesday when his second question indirectly...

David Ash; Davey O’Brien player of the week

Sophomore Quarterback David Ash was named the Davey O’Brien player of the week after leading the Longhorns to a 66-31 victory over Ole Miss in Oxford. The win gave the Longhorns their 3rd straight 3-0 start, Ash has started all three games this season and has quieted the QB controversy on the 40 acres for [...]

Lane Kiffin still same jerk as before

To say that Lane Kiffin's reputation preceded him when he left the University of Tennessee in 2010 to become the head coach at Southern Cal would be quite the understatement. When Kiffin ditched the Vols one 7-6 football season, after Al Davis and the Raiders unceremoniously booted him out of Oakland following a 5-15 stint in the NFL, he did so in a blaze of indignity, scurrying...

Lane Kiffin with shortest press conference ever

Well, not really, but it wasn't too far from that. Coach Kiffykins, a perennial favorite of Sports Bloggers world wide kind of outdid himself Wednesday morning. Kiffin took questions following practice. Ok..well, actually he only took one of them before looking away and leaving. Total Presser Time :28 seconds. He already had endeared himself to the L.A media last...

Lane Kiffin cuts press conference very short after injury question (Video)

Writers and reporters learned a valuable lesson after USC’s practice on Wednesday — ask a question about a specific player’s injury and the fun ends for everyone. As you can see from the video above that Lindsey Thiry of FOX Sports shared on Twitter, the first question asked to Lane Kiffin during his media session Wednesday was also the last. Thiry mentioned on Twitter that...

VIDEO: Lane Kiffin, 9-18-12

USC Coach Lane Kiffin talks to the media following Tuesday's practice. It's an open competition this week at practice at the left tackle spot between Max Tuerk and Aundrey Walker, plus Kiffin discusses how the Trojans get back on track after losing to Stanford.

David Ash Through Three Games

Breaking down Texas quarterback David Ash's numbers, by down-and-distance.

Kiffin Keeps It Short...

USC Coach Lane Kiffin holds his routine post-practice press conference...but it ended up being anything but routine.

Morning Playbook - Kent State wins, Kiffin leaves early and Louisiana Tech players are sexy ...

Kent State 23, Buffalo 7 (AP Recap) - It was not the most MACtion-packed weeknight game we have seen but it did offer up some good moments, including a successful Hail Mary touchdown from Buffalo to close out the first half of the game. Unfortunately for the home town Bulls, Buffalo didn't have a prayer for the rest of the game with Buffalo going just 3-for-13 on third...

Competition Still Up in Air

USC Coach Lane Kiffin opened the competition at left tackle this week at practice between Aundrey Walker and Max Tuerk. Kiffin said no decision had been made come Thursday, but that both players responded to the challenge.

Texas' passing game better than predicted

The Longhorns should enjoy this, because it may never happen again. This team is King Tut's tomb. It is the hope diamond. It is a public appearance by David Letterman. Nicky Minaj in earth tones. A can of Surge. This is the rarest of all specimens, a University of Texas football team that nobody knows is good enough to win the national championship. This never happens....
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