Lane Kiffin Asked If He’ll Return to Ole Miss in 2023

He was employed by the Rebels in 2019.

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Following Ole Miss’ loss to Mississippi State on Thursday, coach Lane Kiffin addressed the most important storyline heading into the Egg Bowl: his reported plans to depart the Rebels after the 2022 season.

A report surfaced Monday claiming the 47-year-old deliberate to step down as Ole Miss coach and take over the Auburn program, presently led by interim coach Carnell “Cadillac” Williams after Bryan Harsin was fired in late October. One reporter requested Kiffin pointedly if he anticipates staying in Oxford and being Ole Miss’ coach subsequent season after the group’s 24–22 loss to the Bulldogs

“Sure, I do,” Kiffin replied. 

He additionally addressed the rumors head-on earlier this week by trolling the reporter who claimed he was leaping ship to the Tigers. Kiffin quote tweeted the preliminary report and wrote, “That’s information to me Jon. Good sources.” He additionally crafted a “report” of his personal. 

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The coach reportedly met with Ole Miss gamers on Tuesday, telling them he had not accepted a job elsewhere and was solely centered on the upcoming rivalry sport, per ESPN’s Chris Low. 

Kiffin was employed by Ole Miss in December 2019 after a three-year stint at Florida Atlantic. In three seasons, Kiffin has led the Rebels to a 23–12 file. The Rebels slid to an 8–4 file on the yr thanks to three consecutive losses to Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi State to wrap up the 2022 season. 

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