Lane Kiffin

On Saturday, Ole Miss flew to Atlanta and thumped Georgia Tech 42-0. The 20th-ranked Rebels improved to 3-0 with 547 yards of total offense. Ole Miss’s offense was powered by transfer running back Zach Evans, who rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns while the Rebel’s defense pitched a shutout.

Next Saturday, Ole Miss will host Tulsa before starting Southeastern Conference play on October 1 against Kentucky. As a result of Saturday’s victory in ACC territory, Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin was feeling pretty good about life. While rushing for 316 yards and six touchdowns, No. 17 Ole Miss (3-0) trounced No. 2 Georgia Tech (0-3) 42-0 at Bobby Dodd Stadium to record its first shutout since 2014.

Lane Kiffin

Kiffin praised his team’s performance, noting that they had done a good job of implementing his belief that the best way to win on the road is through the defense, rushing, and special teams.

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In 1994, after Kiffin finished high school at Minnesota’s Bloomington Jefferson, he made a commitment to play collegiate football at Fresno State. He was the Bulldogs’ backup quarterback, and he decided to forego his senior year in order to work as a student assistant under position coach Jeff Tedford, who would go on to become Cal’s head coach in 2002. In 1998, Kiffin earned a degree in football from Fresno State.

Kiffin spent a year helping out as a graduate assistant at Colorado State. In 1999, he coached the Rams’ offensive line when they competed in the Liberty Bowl. Kiffin has landed a year-long position as a quality control assistant with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars. USC head coach Pete Carroll eventually hired him to work with the team’s tight ends.

With Kiffin at the helm, Ole Miss improved to 5-5 overall and 4-5 in conference play in Kiffin’s first season, good enough for an SEC North title and a trip to the Outback Bowl in 2021. The terms of Kiffin’s one-year contract extension following Ole Miss’s Outback Bowl victory were not immediately made public, but they were the maximum extension Ole Miss could grant given that Mississippi state law limits total contracts for university workers to four years.

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The terms of his new contract, which were made public in August 2021, called for a total of $21 million in base compensation through 2024, with $4.5 million paid out in 2021 and more than $5 million in each of the following three seasons.

Kiffin guided Ole Miss to become the first NCAA football team to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before the 2021 season. Notably, at the time of the release by Ole Miss, Mississippi had the lowest immunization rate in the US for the newly found COVID-19 virus.

Kiffin had a positive COVID-19 test result two days before the 2021 Ole Miss season opener against Louisville in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game. He opted not to travel with the squad. If the Rebels win the Egg Bowl by the score of 31-21, they will end the 2021 regular season with a 10-2 record. Having ended the regular season with 10 victories, this was a first for Ole Miss.

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