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Irony is a funny thing, Tennessee football reports recruiting violations

GAINESVILLE -- In a rather interesting twist of irony, this happened today up in Knoxville. CLICK ME! Talk about a rookie mistake. If Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin has an appetite tonight, he's probably eating Volunteer-orange and idiot-white shoes.

SI.com recruiting writer Andy Staples chimes in on National Signing Day and the bizarre Thursday that followed. CLICK ME!

LSU's defense allowed plenty of points last season and lose everyone on its defensive line except this guy. CLICK ME!

Up in Columbia, S.C., coach Steve Spurrier is starting from scratch on offense with four new assistants. CLICK ME!

And if ya don't know, now ya know. CLICK ME! Lady Gators are No.9 and rising. More on women later this week in a Miami Herald near you.

Mark Bradley of the AJC -- one of my favorites -- compares psychos. CLICK ME!

It has been an exceptional week for the Alabama Crimson Tide football program. CLICK ME!

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I just came on to post a link to this. Hysterical - two recruiting violations already.

Lane Kiffin came in and made a big impact on the team. I think it will backfire but good for them for having something to look forward to I guess.

Telling everyone you are going to beat Florida in the swamp and calling out Urban Meyer for cheating probably wasn't a good idea though.

Here is the rest of what Lane has done so far at UT.


Rut Ro......You don't want to make the Urbinator mad......you won't like him when he's mad!

UF 70
UT 7

And Meyer uses all three time outs in the last 2 minutes to Run Dubose at Teague....I can't wait to watch this train wreck....

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