Lane Monte Kiffin (born May 9, 1975) is currently the head coach of the University of Southern California Trojans college football team. He previously served as offensive coordinator for the USC Trojans from 2005–2006, head coach of the NFL's Oakland Raiders from 2007–2008, and head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers in 2009. Kiffin was the youngest head coach in NFL history when he was with the Raiders, and for a time was the youngest head coach of a BCS Conference team in college football. He is the son of longtime NFL defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, who was the assistant head coach for USC.
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... On December 1, 2008, Lane Kiffin, former head coach of the Oakland Raiders, was announced as the new head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers ... It was also reported that once the 2008 NFL regular season ended, Lane's father, Monte Kiffin, would join him in Knoxville ... In Lane Kiffin's only year, the Vols finished the season 7-6 ...
... after driving 52 yards, but UCLA (2–0) held fast and Lane Kiffin lost for the first time as Tennessee coach ... The Vols' defense, led by Monte Kiffin, had been battering the Bruins' offense for much of the day ... Lane Kiffin said he saw a few of his players trying to point fingers in the locker room after the game ...
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