Unlike his opponent this Saturday, Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin loves dishing on the inner workings of college football. And Kiffin had some insights on pregame discussions between coaches that he recently revealed.
Appearing on The Paul Finebaum Show today, Kiffin was asked what he usually talks to opposing coaches about before games. Kiffin admitted that the discussions are entirely lame, and almost always reserved for asking about the weather and how families are doing.
But Kiffin decided to take it a step further. He pointed out that coaches wouldn’t exactly be talking about their gameplans in the pregame.
“I mean what do people really think that we talk about out there?” Kiffin said. “Are we like ‘Hey we’re gonna work on your safety with some double moves today?’ Y0u know, I mean, there ain’t a whole lot to say.”
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— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) September 29, 2021
The game itself should be a lot more exciting. Last year Alabama and Ole Miss put over 100 points on the board as Alabama won, 63-48. The over/under line for this game is already over 75 points.
The postgame handshake will be a lot more interesting than the pregame one. Especially if Lane Kiffin somehow gets his team to come out on top.
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