One disciple who has grown to appreciate what once appeared to be a strained relationship is Ole Miss Lane Kiffin. To celebrate Father's Day this past season Kiffin decided to celebrate Saban with some good natured fun on Twitter.
Former Tuscaloosa County High and Hillcrest High School linebacker, Jacquez Jones announced via his social media that he will be transferring to the University of Kentucky to continue his football career. Jones a standout linebacker for the Ole Miss Rebels the last two seasons becomes the latest player to take advantage of the SEC's new rules on intraconference transfers.
According to Thom Abraham of ESPN Radio, Ole Miss Coach Lane Kiffin has announced that the game will be pushed back from the original 5 p.m. start time. Kiffin said the game will be moved to "7:30 or so."
Hurricane Delta is on the horizon and scheduled to make landfall at the end of the week. With all the high school games in the area being moved to Thursday in order to avoid the weather, all eyes turn to the college schedule and Crimson Tide fans wonder will the game this weekend against Ole Miss be altered by the storm?
The Alabama Crimson Tide are 2-0 on the season, after their 52-24 dismantling of the Texas A&M Aggies last Saturday. The Tide now turn their attention to the Ole Miss Rebels, a matchup that’s been highly anticipated since December when the Rebels hired former Alabama offensive coordinator (and notorious coaching personality) Lane Kiffin.
After the path of Hurricane Delta was discovered to be hitting the Gulf Coast later this week, many high school football teams around Alabama announced that they would be moving their games to Thursday. To add on to the preparation for the Category 4 storm, rumors have been stirring on social media that Alabama’s road trip to Oxford.