Don't Throw Stones At Lane Kiffin

Monday, January 13, 2014

As a Florida Gator fan I was sad to see the way Mr. Kiffin was treated at Tennessee. 

Tennessee fans deserve better. At Florida we still have coaching problems ever since Spurrier left.

Jesus once told a crowd, “Let him who is without sin cast the first stone.“  I believe in second chances and it seems like Mr Kiffin has had his fair share. 

But we should not be throwing stones. Instead let's look for positive things to say about SEC teams.

Rey Beardsley


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