Kiffin watch: a lexicon legacy

If you had to pick one thing by which to honor the Laner’s short stay at Tennessee, it’s hard to beat his contribution to the SEC vernacular.  Take it away, A.J.

… Green said South Carolina’s Alshon Jeffery, Alabama’s Julio Jones and Arkansas’s Greg Childs have been his favorites to track this season and that he occasionally talks to Jeffery on Facebook. It was Jeffery who former Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin reportedly told that signing with the Gamecocks would result in him pumping gas for a living.

“He’s not pumping gas,” Green said, smiling. “Trust me.”

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7 responses to “Kiffin watch: a lexicon legacy

  1. heyberto

    In some ways, I really miss the Kifster and wish he were still around. At least he has a lasting legacy.

    • Vindexdawg

      I agree completely. Scuttling out of Knoxtown after promising the Vols “that we would never lose to Georgia as long as he is here” (according to Eric Berry) gave me a new reason to dislike Southern Cal. Too bad that ESPN didn’t broker a deal to bring them to the Georgia Dome next Septemebr to play us instead of the Boise State matchup we currently have. I would love for our guys to meet ANY team of his on the field and beat the sh*t out of them. And quiet frankly our chances of doing that to the current Trojans look decidedly better than our chances vs the current Broncos. But hopefully the foundation has been laid this year for Better Times ahead.

  2. Brandon

    Yes, he is one of the great dumbasses of our time.

  3. Go Dawgs!

    It may just be me, but when I read AJ saying, “trust me” at the end of that statement, I imagined Alshon making it rain in some club with Gamecock booster money.

  4. JBJ

    Kiffin, the gift that keeps on giving.