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The top offense in the FBS, the leading Heisman Trophy candidate and a coach combating "rat poison" will be on one sideline Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
In this case, it"s Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin who has the most-productive offense in the FBS. The Rebels average 59.2 points and 635.3 yards per game. Matt Corral is the front-runner for the Heisman Trophy, and that offense is gearing up for a sequel to last year’s 63-48 shoutout in which the teams combined for 1,370 yards in an Alabama victory.
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"It"s trademark Lane Kiffin," ESPN analyst Paul Finebaum told Sporting News. "It"s innovative. It"s daring. It"s unconventional, but it starts with the quarterback. You can"t do any of this if you don"t have a really great quarterback, and he does. That was one thing that frustrated him at Alabama. He wasn"t quite able to have the cuffs taken off."
"Trademark Kiffin" has taken on a new meaning in 2021. It’s not the coach who left Tennessee after one season for USC in 2009. Or the coach who was fired at USC on the tarmac in 2013. Or the offensive coordinator at Alabama who Saban fired in the middle of the College Football Playoffs after he accepted a job at Florida Atlantic in 2016. Kiffin is a trendy coach with the hot offense that everyone loves to retweet.
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