But this one is soooo good. Mainly because the dude keeps his own mouth shut and gives some interesting quotes from others. Anyway, here's the link.
basically the article paints a picture of Lane Kiffin trashing a bunch of long standing UT traditions and replacing them with things he did at USC. It's worse than it sounds.
When Kiffin said, "something new," he meant exactly what USC had already done before, McNeil told FanHouse. Multiple team sources confirmed McNeil's claims.
By Junior Day, March 2, 2009, Kiffin had his first crop of potential players, hundreds of then-high school juniors on Tennessee's campus.
The players were divided between offense and defense and placed in front of highlight videos that were designed to show them the Tennessee way of playing football.
As the offensive players sat down on the field, a video flashed on the screen with a word in bold:
McNeil watched. "I was thinking, maybe we're going to see Dan Williams block against Kentucky that got us into the SEC championship game (in 2007). That was a pretty huge play."
Instead a USC play featuring Reggie Bush opened the montage.
Another word flashed on the screen.
More USC highlights followed.
"All the way back to Carson Palmer," says McNeil. "I mean, really, Carson Palmer is explosive?"
At the end of the video, Lane Kiffin addressed the recruits.
"We're going to make this the USC of the South, and the USC of the East Coast," said Kiffin.
McNeil did not hide his disgust. "I was sitting right there and it broke my heart. I came to Tennessee because we were Tennessee, not because we were pretending to be somebody else."