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Lane Kiffin

College Football Player + College Football Coach + Quarterback
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Born May 9, 1975

Lane Monte Kiffin is currently the head coach of the University of Southern California Trojans college football team. He previously served as offensive coordinator for the USC Trojans from 2005–2006, head coach of the NFL's Oakland Raiders from 2007–2008, and head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers in 2009. Kiffin was the youngest head coach in NFL history when he was with the Raiders, and for a time was the youngest head coach of a BCS Conference team in college football.… Read More

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  • Lsu Wr Travin Dural On Les Miles: 'he Brought Out The Best In All Of Us'
    ABC News - Sep 26, 2016
  • Alabama Doubles Lane Kiffin's Salary To $1.4 M This Season
    ABC News - Sep 11, 2016
  • Football At A Dang Nascar Track, And All The Other Games To Watch This Weekend
    Yahoo News - Sep 09, 2016
  • Ex Usc Coach Steve Sarkisian Joins Alabama's Staff As Analyst Espn
    Google News - Sep 05, 2016

Timeline

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CHILDHOOD

1975 Birth Born on May 9, 1975.

TWENTIES

1999 24 Years Old Kiffin worked as a graduate assistant for one year at Colorado State University. In 1999, while he was working with the offensive line, the Rams played in the Liberty Bowl. … Read More
2001 26 Years Old Kiffin began working with the University of Southern California (USC) staff during the 2001 season and became the wide receivers coach prior to the 2002 season.
2004 29 Years Old For the 2004 season, he added the duties of passing game coordinator, and he was promoted to offensive coordinator along with Steve Sarkisian for the 2005 season after Norm Chow left USC for the same position with the NFL's Tennessee Titans. … Read More

THIRTIES

2005 30 Years Old Under Kiffin and Sarkisian in 2005 the USC offense produced numerous school records, averaging 49.1 points and 579 yards per game and becoming the first in NCAA history to have a 3,000 yard passer (Matt Leinart), two 1,000 yard rushers (Reggie Bush and LenDale White), and a 1,000 yard receiver (Dwayne Jarrett). … Read More
Raiders' owner Al Davis hired Kiffin on January 23, 2007, making him the youngest head coach in Raiders history, and the youngest head coach in the NFL's "modern era" (since 1946), and signed Kiffin to a two-year deal worth about $4 million with a team option for 2009. … Read More
At his end-of-the-season press conference, Kiffin told the media and his players that he had many plans and changes he was going to make in the 2008 offseason. … Read More
If Kiffin had been fired in 2009 or 2010, the school would have to pay him $7.5 million under a buyout clause; after the 2012 season, the buyout clause decreased to $5 million.
Kiffin's departure for USC in 2010 after just one season as head coach of the Volunteers upset some students and fans of the University of Tennessee. … Read More
In 2011, Kiffin coached the Trojans to a 10–2 record (7–2 in the Pac-12), despite being ineligible for post-season play for the second-consecutive season. … Read More
2012 37 Years Old During the 2012 season, Kiffin became the first coach since 1964 to take the pre-season #1 ranked team to unranked by the end of the season. … Read More
The Trojans lost their first two conference games of the 2013 season against Washington State and Arizona State, making Kiffin's record 4-7 in his last eleven games.

FORTIES

2016 41 Years Old On February 28, 2016, Lane and Layla announced that they were separating and have mutually decided to divorce. … Read More
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