The last time Steve Sarkisian was at Alabama before returning this offseason he was replacing offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin who left to take the job at Florida Atlantic. Now back with the Crimson Tide, what makes Sarkisian's offense different from Kiffin's that made Alabama successful?

Former Alabama offensive coordinator and head coach at Florida Atlantic Lane Kiffin joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to the differences between his offense and Steve Sarkisian, reflects on wide receiver Amari Cooper and running back Derrick Henry remarkable seasons at Alabama, and what motivates Nick Saban at this point of his career.

He also discussed how has recruiting changed for him in year three at Owls, how does he evaluate for the upcoming season in the month of May, and the direction of the offense in college football, and Coach Ed Orgeron at LSU.

For more of Lane Kiffin's thoughts on Alabama and college football, make sure you watch the interview above the article. For the latest, news, breakdown and analysis surrounding Alabama Crimson Tide football, don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m.


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