What Also Sealed Lane Kiffin’s Fate

I’m hearing USC athletic director Pat Haden believed Lane Kiffin lost control of the team last night during the second half and that is why Haden went to a six-by-six foot room inside locker room to make decision to fire him.

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  • Independent_George

    You could see that on TV. That sideline was a morgue. Even the sideline reporters noticed it.

  • Stu Azole

    3rd quarter – no adjustments, no spark. It’s a Lane tradition.

    • TrojanFan

      Hey Stupid, take the rest of the season off. Perhaps you and bucket can vacation together. ……ouch!!!!

      Christmas came early, now move on

    • steveg

      One of the few times I agree with you

  • TrojanFan

    I think betomas tossed you a rotten bone….haha!

  • Cheap seats

    Weren’t the rumors saying that he’d get fired if he started like this?

    I think Haden already had him on a short leash. Turns out the rumors were true.

    I’m surprised Wolf’s “sources” didn’t say he’d get fired this early in the season! LOL

  • steveg

    The let down with no fire from the players. Proves that there was no leadership from the head coach. His lack of being able to lead sealed his fate.

  • JayJR

    Did anyone else notice at the start of halftime while Lane was getting interviewed on the way to the locker room, ASU and their coaches were on the sidelnes in a big team ralley huddle.

  • ThomasTucker

    Surprised Wolf has not started in on how great Norm Chow is. How is Chow by the way? Has he won anything since jumping off Pete Carroll’s coattails?