As I sit back and watch several videos from ESPN about Lane Kiffin's departure from Tenn to USC, I am reminded of several posts on here from fans wanting "Younger, hungrier" coordinators and coaches that "are willing to gamble and take chances." I take the Kiffin saga as a lesson of "Be careful what you wish for." He is leaving UT in a state of disrepair. He told some recruits not to attend class because it would commit them to Tenn when he could use them at USC. Is this the kind of behavior that we want at LSU? Not to mention his gaffs and scandals that he and his players caused there. I understand that the Head Coach is not anyone's daddy in school that is entirely responsible for them, but he could have forced them off of the team or resulted to other means of getting rid of them. Miles seems to have avoided major scandals by ejecting players (RP) when need be. He has his faults, but overall he is a decent coach. I just wonder if this has made anyone examine their views on the current coaches at LSU or not.