Fire lanes in LA become anti-Lane Kiffin graffiti targets
Despite preseason support from athletic director Pat Hayden, USC coach Lane Kiffin is on the hot seat after the Trojans 10-7 loss to Washington State at home.
The chants of "Fire Kiffin" echoed through the Coliseum in the final moments of USC's 10-7 loss to Washington State on Saturday night.
The offensive struggles reflected poorly on Kiffin, the team's playcaller, as the Cougars were able to escape with a victory despite averaging 3.7 yards per play and totaling seven rushing yards -- the only Washington State touchdown came on a Cody Kessler interception returned 70 yards for a score.
After the game, ESPN Radio's John Ireland shared a picture of what could be the new growing graffiti trend in Los Angeles.
I have a feeling this won't be the only time a fire lane is used this way at the Coliseum this year pic.twitter.com/p5rZNC4Qnw— John Ireland (@LAIreland) September 8, 2013
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