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Kiffin and Owls headed to Orlando for interesting Sunshine State contest.

Written by Winning NCAA Football Expert Analyst Al Presto.

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Lane Kiffin Debuts Turnover Fiefdom at FAU

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     Florida Atlantic University has announced that it will be starting its own tradition to compete with local rival Miami’s “turnover chain.” The Turnover Fiefdom was the brainchild of head coach Lane Kiffin, and will consist of a 53 square mile estate with a gatehouse, portcullis, moat, and a 300 lb solid gold owl. 235 more words

College Football

Take the Points: Week 2 College Football Betting Preview

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I think it’s an official NCAA rule now that every college football team needs a hashtag. Some of them are motivational, like Alabama’s #OutworkYesterday. 1,101 more words

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Referee accidentally levels Oklahoma receiver over the middle

The referees are doing a better job of slowing down Oklahoma’s explosive offense than Lane Kiffin’s FAU defense on Saturday in Norman. The heavily favored Sooners opened up a 42-0 lead on FAU by halftime, and Oklahoma quickly extended that lead to 49-0 in the third quarter. 97 more words

NCAAF

Florida Atlantic's Owls see wisdom in betting on Lane Kiffin for the long haul

People dance with the devil all the time. The song always begins with the same question. “How badly do you want it?” When the answer is ‘bad enough’, the experience rarely ends well. 1,162 more words

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Lane Kiffin pulls out spot-on impersonation of Nick Saban

Lane Kiffin didn’t just pick up football knowledge from his time at Alabama.

He also got enough material for a perfect imitation of Nick Saban, his former boss. 98 more words

NCAAF

Bowling Green's Mike Jinks echoes Lane Kiffin, Rush Propst's NCAA Bylaw 11.4.4 displeasure

A topic of discussion during the college football offseason has been NCAA Bylaw 11.4.4.

The rule states the following:

“In bowl subdivision football, during a two-year period before a prospective student-athlete’s anticipated enrollment and a two-year period after the prospective student-athlete’s actual enrollment, an institution shall not employ (or enter into a contract for future employment with) an individual associated with the prospective student-athlete in any athletics department noncoaching staff position or in a strength and conditioning staff position.” 379 more words

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