Ole Miss blistered Georgia Tech on Saturday, winning 42-0 in a game that was a complete mismatch.

The Yellow Jackets are coached by Geoff Collins, who’s just 10-27 in his 4th year in Atlanta.

Not surprisingly, Collins has come under fire at Georgia Tech.

He nearly lost his job last season, and many believe he won’t survive past this season.

On Monday during his weekly press conference, Rebels coach Lane Kiffin admitted that Collins’ situation with the Yellow Jackets played a role in how he called the game and used his quarterbacks once the outcome was no longer in doubt.

“I would have liked the opportunity to throw more with Luke (Altmyer), but having empathy for what was going on in that game on the other sideline and the hot seat or whatever (Collins is) on, just didn’t really feel like it was right, where if it was a couple score game Luke would have gotten to throw more there,” said Kiffin per On3.com.

Interesting comment to say the least from Kiffin, who while he has things rolling now at Ole Miss knows all too well about losing a job.

Kiffin was previously fired as head coach of the Oakland Raiders and USC Trojans.