Lane Kiffin Reacts to Wild Conspiracy: Is He Secretly Behind Vols’ Sanctions?

Lane Kiffin Reacts to Wild Conspiracy: Is He Secretly Behind Vols’ Sanctions?

Lane Kiffin Reacts to Wild Conspiracy: Is He Secretly Behind Vols’ Sanctions?

The idea was so absurd that Lane Kiffin had to add his two cents.

Lane Kiffin Reacts to Wild Conspiracy: Is He Secretly Behind Vols’ Sanctions?

Peggy from Tennessee contacted “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Wednesday in order to reveal the most recent SEC conspiracy theory:

“Pawwwl, I have a theory,” she exclaimed.

Peggy stated she is aware of the identity of the person(s) behind the NCAA’s probe into Tennessee and The Vol Club, a NIL collective managed by Spyre Sports Group.

The NIL contract that Tennessee signed with Spyre and the recruitment of five-star quarterback Nico Iamaleava from California are two of the transactions that the NCAA is investigating.

“Pawl, who is the portal king?” Peggy enquired.

The portal king is undoubtedly Kiffin, who responded to the incompetence of this kind of plot on “X,” the social media site that was formerly known as Twitter.

Finebaum told AL.com, “Watching Lane live-tweet a sporting event is always impressive.” “He’s basically the ‘Taylor Swift of college coaches,’ since he’s constantly talked about in any situation.

“The only reason the Knoxville woman didn’t directly implicate him in the NCAA investigation was that she was unable to express herself clearly.”

That’s exactly what she intended to say since, fifteen years after his midnight departure for Southern California, some UT fans still perceive Lane Kiffin lurking behind every dark rock, trying to haunt the show.

The investigation led to the filing of an antitrust lawsuit by the attorneys general of Tennessee and Virginia against the NCAA on Wednesday.

The lawsuit, which was filed in the Eastern District of Tennessee, aims to subvert NCAA regulations prohibiting recruiting inducements and alleges that the association is “enforcing rules that unfairly restrict how athletes can commercially use their name, image, and likeness at a critical juncture in the recruiting calendar.”

The lawsuit was prompted by the association’s investigation into the University of Tennessee.

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