Lane Kiffin puts himself back in the spotlight at Peach Bowl, and not in a good way for Alabama

Lane Kiffin has maintained a relatively low profile in his three years as Alabama’s offensive coordinator. You didn’t really think he would go out like that, did you?

As top-ranked Alabama enters its Saturday showdown with No. 4 Washington in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Peach Bowl, Kiffin is back in the headlines after making subtle digs at his current employer while revisiting his experiences as coach of USC and the Oakland Raiders.

Evidently, Kiffin still can’t help himself. He’s Yasiel Puig with a visor and a clipboard.

As much as the former coaching prodigy claims to have changed since he was fired by USC during the 2013 season, it’s always just a matter of time before he’s not only a story, but the story. He finds the spotlight.

Georgia Dome by the Alabama team buses after media day this week, a comical replay of a scene that unfolded last year after the Crimson Tide defeated Clemson in the national championship game. 

But the real news was made in a series of recent interviews.

He made some veiled criticism of the culture at Alabama, which was curious, considering how the school allowed him to rebuild a reputation that was damaged at USC and Tennessee. Kiffin was complimentary of Coach Nick Saban

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