For Better or Worse, Tennessee Football Is Married To Lane Kiffin

Posted by Kevin Scott on December-13-2009 Add Comments

Coaching changes happen all the time in big-time college football.  The hours are long, the expectations are high and eventually, coaches either get burnt out or lose their job based on performance.

Not every coach who goes to a big time program, however, becomes "part" of that program right away.  Almost every program in the BCS conferences has a coach, or a few, who are synonymous with that program.

The reason for the association can be for good reasons, such as Bear Bryant at Alabama, Pete Carroll at USC, and Robert Neyland at Tennessee.  

It could also be for bad reasons, and the coach attached a negative stigma to his stint that several generations will remember.  Gerry Faust at Notre Dame, Jackie Sherrill a...

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