Kiffin On Duties

USC coach Lane Kiffin, asked if he has too many roles, said calling plays makes his relationship closer with his skill players.
“At the end of day, i feel it is too valuable the relationshp that playcalling helps develop with our skill players, especially quarterback,” Kiffin said.

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  • spedjones

    this post is calling for the fart guy…

    I can only imagine Kiffin and Barfly sharing their doodies.


    I wish fans–and coaches apparently– would not use the term “skill players,” and instead refer to them as ballhandlers i.e. quarterback, running backs, and wideouts.

    Every player on a football field is “skilled,” or don’t we believe a pulling guard looking for the right angled block is a skilled player.

  • steve49

    ^LJ, spoken like a true lineman. I agree.

    Whats the point of a relationship with certain players when the team struggles because of it. He must have zero relationship with his defensive guys. Come on Kiffen, be head coach and get that down pat first.

  • Fart 0330

    spedjones likes to fart in his hand then smell it, then he licks his hand because he likes the taste of his farts. he also tried to fart in his own mouth and swallow it. hewsnt dint he farted.

    my farts are hot and steamy and make my inner butt itchy

  • ftfo2009

    >tfw giving Barkley nickname ‘Barfly’ when he’s never been in a bar
    >tfw this shitty blog doesn’t have images

  • Goatboy Kiffin

    Goat Kiffin has his head so far up the qb and receivers asses , he is never going to be a good coach. Doesn’t care about D or line play or the run game … Goat only cares about qb stats and points being scored … he thinks that will make his legacy or at the very least , when he is canned ( again ) he can quote some fake stats and get another gig.
    If there is a worst play caller , not called Suckisian, they would be hard to find.
    God this guy sucks

  • Ram-Man Kiffin

    How do you build a Wall of Victory? One glorious brick at a time, held together by the Concrete of Teamwork, slathered on with a Trowel of Triumph (preferably, one that sparkles like diamonds).

    QB brick? Set. Receivers bricks? Set. Meanwhile, dear old Dad is helping with the Defense bricks, as if we were laying down a new back porch, just like the old days in Oaklandia or Tenne-wherever.

    Brick by brick, the legacy rises to the heavens!

    Dear Lord, I largely credit myself for my own Awesomeness, but I thank you for not getting in the way.

    Yours sincerely,


  • ftfo2009
  • Bill

    I thought Barfley called all the plays! Lame Kitten can’t part with his Denny’s menu to give up calling plays!

  • Trojanfan

    Looks like slojones got what he was looking for….the best part was he actually enjoyed the aroma… much for the jock straps

    Bill, you idiot, this is not the cartoon network blog

    Do you guys serve the waffle breakfast sandwich all day

  • dtksr1

    A throw away answer to a question he doesn’t want to hear.

  • Carroll Cheated, Got Caught, and Left In Shame

    I support Coach Kiffin’s dual roles. I think that Coach Kiffin is spot on to emphasize “building relationships” with his mega-star athletes through his play-calling. Coach Kiffin is on the cutting edge of coaching and may be ahead of his time.

    The Coach/Mega-Star Athlete relationship is a crucial factor in winning BCS Championships and Rose Bowls. If there is a good relationship between the two, then a great coach can motivate a great player to execute every play with superior excellence which in turns leads to more Wins on the field.

    I think that given the right relationship that is nurtured by superior play-calling, Coach Kiffin can motivate Matt Barkley to perform at mega-star level to try to salvage what is left of his senior season.

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    Tim Floyd and OJ Mayo

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    Pete Carroll and Carson Palmer
    Pete Carroll and Matt Leinart
    Pete Carroll and John David Booty
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    Pete Carroll and Reggie Bush
    Pete Carroll and Joe McKnight