Is Lane Kiffin the next LSU football coach or world’s greatest troll?

Lane Kiffin, Ole Miss Rebels. (The Knoxville News-Sentinel)
Lane Kiffin, Ole Miss Rebels. (The Knoxville News-Sentinel) /

Lane Kiffin wants you to look at this photograph and connect the dots to the LSU football job.

Either Lane Kiffin is the next head coach of the LSU football team or he is a massive internet troll.

Days removed from winning the Egg Bowl in Starkville, the Ole Miss head coach is enjoying some time off before the 10-2 Rebels get ready for their New Year’s Six bowl. However, his latest photography skills suggest he is Calling Baton Rouge. He may have friends in low places, but is Kiffin really about to leave Ole Miss for SEC West rival LSU after only two seasons on the job?

Is it even legal to take pictures of somebody’s license plate? Never change, Lane. Never change.

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In his one of a kind, multi-decade coaching career, the only thing one can say about Kiffin is he is unpredictable. Whether it is spurning Rocky Top after a season, to being the central figure in tarmac-ing becoming a thing, Kiffin is now in his fifth stab as a head coach. Things are looking up for him in Oxford, but nothing gold can stay, Ponyboy. Kiffin lives to stir the pot and God bless him.

Ultimately, Kiffin would be a worthy candidate to replace his friend Ed Orgeron in Baton Rouge. However, doing so might cause a fracture in their friendship, as well as sever any real hope of landing Arch Manning’s high-profile commitment for 2023. If Kiffin stays at Ole Miss, one would think the Rebels are the driver’s seat to land the quarterbacking legacy ahead of all other teams.

All it took was one photograph of a Louisiana license plate to set the college football world on fire.

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