Sep 21, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Southern California Trojans coach Lane Kiffin before the game against the Utah State Aggies at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Lane Kiffin sings 'Sweet Home Alabama' at Nick Saban's home (Photo)

This past weekend was a big weekend for recruits as the dead period was lifted and at Alabama, the Crimson Tide coaches showed they can party with the best of them.

First, a vine posted by the younger brother of five-star recruit Rashaan Evans surfaced showing Nick Saban doing the Electric Slide with a collection of parents at his home.

Now it’s tough to top Saban dancing, but new offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin sang karaoke with the mother of five-star commit Bo Scarbrough and one-upped his new boss–at his own home.

“I think if you’re new there, you have to do karaoke,” Ms. Scarbrough told 247Sports. “It’s kind of the theme with the new coaches. Everyone has to do a karaoke night. It was his turn and he kept on hiding. He told me, ‘I think I’ll go on ahead and do it, if you sing with me.’ He told me it would make it easier and be fun. We tried to figure out what song we would do first. He said ‘come on up here and do it with me, I don’t want to do it by myself.’”

I have to imagine the former head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers singing the Lynyrd Skynyrd classic and Nick Saban’s house after he cut up a rug doing the Electric Slide ranks among two of the more unbelievable things in the history of college football.

It’s a shame that there is not video of Kiffin’s rendition, but hopefully for the sake of mankind it will surface soon, in the meantime there is this pic and apparently he wasn’t half bad.

“It made the night,” Scarbrough said of the duet. “It was the talk of the night.”

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