With rumors swirling that he can be departing Ole Miss for the head coaching job at Auburn, Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin reportedly met along with his gamers Tuesday night time.
Kiffin felt that he owed it to his gamers and their households to talk with them straight after a Monday report that he can be stepping down as head coach of Ole Miss on Friday to be able to turn into the following head coach of the Auburn Tigers, based on ESPN.
In response to the report, Kiffin instructed his gamers that he had not accepted any job affords at a distinct faculty.
“He instructed the gamers his focus was on Mississippi State and nothing else and that any stories on the market about his accepting one other provide have been completely false,” sources instructed ESPN.
Monday night, WCBI Information in Mississippi reported that Kiffin would turn into the following head coach at Auburn after stepping down as head coach of Ole Miss on Friday.
“BREAKING: [Ole Miss] HC Lane Kiffin plans to step down because the Rebels coach Friday and head to Auburn to turn into the Tigers’ subsequent head coach, based on sources. Sources say the Tigers haven’t formally provided the job to anybody but.
“So Lane to Auburn is going on. Story quickly.”
Kiffin responded on Twitter, capturing down the report.
Kiffin has turn into a scorching commodity in school soccer, as he has led Ole Miss to an 8-3 document in his third season in Oxford, Mississippi.
In three seasons, Kiffin has led the Rebels to a document of 23-11, profitable 10 video games in 2021 and getting Ole Miss to the Sugar Bowl.
Following Saturday’s loss to Arkansas, Kiffin addresses the rumors that tie him to Auburn’s head teaching emptiness, weeks after the Tigers parted ways with Bryan Harsin.
“Truthful query,” Kiffin mentioned when requested about being considered as Auburn’s high goal, based on AL.com. “Like I mentioned, I like being right here. I don’t wish to look to subsequent yr already with a regular-season recreation (nonetheless to play), however this isn’t a kind of years the place you have been, ‘We’re going to lose all these guys.’”