Kiffin watch: we’re all sensitive people.

Is this something we really needed to know?

… But there’s also a private side to the new Volunteers coach. In a story in The Tennessean, Layla Kiffin explains what it is like be the wife of coach in Knoxville and how her husband is a lot more sensitive that (sic) his brash public persona.

“He’s got a really big heart. He’s a great dad. And, he’s got a really soft side to him. He cries in the girl movies.”

I’ll never be able to watch Sleepless in Seattle again without thinking of Junior.

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9 responses to “Kiffin watch: we’re all sensitive people.

  1. Lowcountry Dawg

    Oh puhleeze, how predictable.

  2. dean

    Wait. Wait. Wait. So you’re not only admitting to watching Sleepless in Seattle but that you’ll watch it again?

  3. Brandon

    It’s all part of the plan.

  4. Bulldog Bry

    Maybe that’s why falls asleep driving. Staying up late, wrapped up in a snuggie, eating ice cream and watching chick movies with his wife.

  5. Pumpdawg

    We’ll soon find out if he cries when his team gets thrashed.

  6. Dog in Fla

    Global War on Lane(GWOL) Crisis of the Day (COD) Piece, 27 August 2009.

    Scene: Lane’s Family is relaxing at the Coaches Palace on a typical family night called Knitting in Knoxville while Lane, multi-tasking as always per the Plan, is hard at work at his typewriter coming up with some trick gadget plays since he got the news that Norm Chow, no longer with the Titans, is coming after Lane with revenge to teach Lane how to be nice to old people.

    “Lane Takes a Shining to Writing His Playbook – He’s Not only a Coach, But also a Husband and a Dad – A Romantic Comedy with Layla One”

  7. Dawg N Suds

    Sounds like Lane might be a bit p-whipped?

    “Layla, you’ve got me on my knees.”
    “Layla, I’m beggin’, darlin’ please.”