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Believe LMK was quoted as saying he wouldn't vote SC #1 either. Guess coaches released who voted who #1 and low and behold Kiffins vote went to SC. Is this a little lie or him being "brilliant"?
I'm surprised this wasn't posted earlier. But are you really surprised Lane did this? The guy is a total sleezeball/liar.
Because I was under the impression they only made the end of regular season votes public
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This...haven't seen it, but if he thinks his team is preseason #1 he probably doesn't want them to know that. JMO
Was all over twitter earlier on phone so can't link, sorry..I'm not surprised though..
K I saw it. Is it really a big deal?
Why does he feel the need to lie about something like that?
Because he likes his pants on fire hanging from a telephone wire?
Something as meaningless as the coaching poll and he can't even tell the truth about that. Can't imagine what he does to recruits/during recruiting.
Maybe it was to give teams like Michigan a chance on the recruiting trail. Lord knows that coaches bringing up sanctions/kids being murdered off campus hasn't worked. Who knows.
Love the holier than thou stance though, interesting strategy. I'm sure Hoke would never tell a lie.
Yes, because Michigan really needs Lane Kiffin's mercy on the recruiting trail. Hoke doesn't negative recruit and pretty much lets Michigan sell itself. Bring the kids into the Big House, a tour of the weight room, academic tour, and a meeting with Coach Hoke to tell them what position they will be playing and how they will be used and they are sold.
*Watches drink Kool-Aid*
Oh well, I guess USC's fabrication will have to make up for its inferior academics, location, facilities, weight room, coaching staff etc.
Also lmao at you actually using downvotes. Cute.
You sure showed me, girlfriend.
How often do Michigan and USC actually go head to head? Like once or twice a year? Pretty stupid comment to say Lane is trying to give Michigan a chance on the recruiting trail when they rarely go face to face. Ty Isaac is the only realistic battle this recruiting cycle I believe.
I didn't use any downvotes, I can screenshot it to make you feel better if you want.
I didn't say they did. Obviously a joke based on your Hoke is Jesus ideology, which you don't hide very well with your immediate fellatio of him and UM response.
"Can't imagine what he does to recruits/during recruiting"
Sounds like sour jelly to me
Hey man, it's not my fault your favorite team's coach lies all the time and mine doesn't. Has nothing to do with sour grapes or Hoke is jesus, just pointing out the fact that if he lies about something as simple and meaningless as a coaches poll, he has to lie to recruits about their standing in the class and what they will be doing as USC.
Find it funny you think I believe Hoke is jesus when over half of USC's fanbase thinks Lane Kiffin is one of the best coaches in the country because he recruits well at USC. News flash, USC recruits itself, he could be the worst recruiter in the nation and still pull a top 10 class.
This thread is dumb.OMG Lane's such a sleeze bag for lying about voting his team number one lmao.
It's such a meaningless thing, why lie about it? Can someone answer that for me?
You should hit him up on twitter.
I'm trying to figure out why anyone would care about it?Can you answer that for me?
I care because in a thread yesterday you guys were saying that Lane doesn't lie, but this just completely proves you guys wrong and that he lies about simply stuff. Guy is a walking recruiting violation IYAM.
You should probably write the NCAA about it too. File a complaint about that bastard Lane.
Fugggg it just call the cops.
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