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Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

Posted on: February 5, 2009 12:18 pm
Edited on: February 5, 2009 1:54 pm
 

It's on in the SEC East! Actually when isn't it on?

You've got to see this video from Thursday morning with Tennessee's Lane Kiffin accusing Florida's Urban Meyer of cheating. Kiffin says that Meyer called receiver Nu'Keese Richardson on his cellie while the kid was visiting Tennessee.

One problem: I checked with a compliance director at another school and she couldn't find anything wrong with what Meyer allegedly did.

"I've never heard of that," she said of Kiffin's accusation being a violation. "That would surprise me. As long as it's permissible on the recruiting calendar, it should be OK."

A story posted a Tennessee TV station's website says: "Football coaches are not permitted to contact a prospect while his on an official visit to another school's campus." Hey, it's on a TV station's website so it has to be accurate, right?

Oh, one other thing. How could Meyer be "cheating" if Richardson wasn't supposed to be at Tennessee in the first place? Kiffin adds that the receiver said, "he wasn't even coming to visit us."

Anything to work the crowd. There's a lot of bitter fruit here. Richardson had apparently committed to Florida in May. Kiffin is going Ernest Angley on us, taking the message, preacher-style, to the orange-coated streets. Meyer is the devil and Kiffin is going to drive him out. The K-Man might be good at playing to a crowd but what goes around, comes around. I seem to recall that Tennessee has to visit Gainesville this year and The Urban Legend does not take slights well. Anybody remember the payback for the Gator Stomp?

Count on another couple of extra touchdowns dropped on you in September, Lane. You're preaching to the choir now. The devil will get his due -- later.  

 

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Comments

Since: Feb 5, 2009
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:40 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

Kiffin, welcome to the SEC. You thought your Oakland team got beat all the time. Well your recruiting class is not that great at all. Seems like having good ole dad as your defensive coach has not helped you at all. Your Tennessee team is going to be just as bad and will suffer many defeats. Especially at the hands of Flordia and LSU and Alabama. These SEC teams were and are better than your Oakland team. So now you want to accuse one of the top coaches in all of football of cheating. Tebow will be looking forward to playing you. Even my LSU team found out you do not make Flordia mad at you. You will need more than luck on your first season in the SEC.




Since: Feb 5, 2009
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:27 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

Lets talk about how Lane Kiffin cheated LSU. They just signed the No.#2 CB in the country out of Louisiana. About a month ago, Lane Kiffin offered this Janzen Jackson's father who use to be a secondary coach at McNeese a job on his coaching staff in order to steal this talent away from LSU. How low can you go. The players dad ended up not accepting the job but it weigh heavly on this players decision. People are right in saying that Flordia is going to beat the heck out of you. Guess what, you will get your booty kick whenever you get the chance to play LSU. Kiffin you got some payback coming to you.




Since: Jan 28, 2009
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:25 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

Kiffin just keeps adding fuel to the fire, and is going to have to face the rude reality that the Gators are going to stomp his squad into the ground this year.  This game was already circled because it's UT, but add a couple more circles around it this year.  63-3 or something like that?




Since: Feb 5, 2009
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:22 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

Lets talk about how Lane Kiffin cheated LSU. They just signed the No.#2 CB in the country out of Louisiana. About a month ago, Lane Kiffin offered this Janzen Jackson's father who use to be a secondary coach at McNeese a job on his coaching staff in order to steal this talent away from LSU. How low can you go. The players dad ended up not accepting the job but it weigh heavly on this players decision. People are right in saying that Flordia is going to beat the heck out of you. Guess what, you will get your booty kick whenever you get the chance to play LSU. Kiffin you got some payback coming to you.




Since: Nov 17, 2008
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:18 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

Nice message board.   Can't reply to a post.




Since: Nov 17, 2008
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:16 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

And now he's a 'Cock, so what does that say?




Since: Nov 12, 2006
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:16 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

So, what else is new? They don't call him Urban Blight for nothing.




Since: Nov 15, 2006
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:16 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

It isn't Lane Kiffin who will do anything with that prgram, but daddy will help bail him out!




Since: Dec 8, 2006
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:15 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

Kiffin admits telling New'Keys to lie about taking a trip to Tennessee so that Florida doesn't know that he might change his mind and then when Meyer does call, not knowing where he is, its cheating?  This whiny pup is in way over his head and will get spanked often.  Kiffin has done the impossible: he made Al Davis look like a genius!




Since: Feb 11, 2007
Posted on: February 5, 2009 1:15 pm
 

Lane Kiffin accuses Urban Meyer of cheating!

How could he even know for sure that the player was on another interview with another school? Do they have tracking devices on him? Even if it is against the rules, Urban could get out of it by saying, "I misdialed. Sorry."



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