Ole Miss throws serious shade at Alabama over signal stealing questions
The Ole Miss-Alabama boxscore was an offensive fan’s dream.
The 2 teams combined for 111 points, 1,370 yards and 15 touchdowns, all 3 shattering SEC records. Nick Saban’s defense couldn’t stop Lane Kiffin’s offense, and that was the biggest story of the game. Paul Finebaum credited it to Saban and DC Pete Golding’s inability to schematically stop Kiffin, who was one step ahead.
Following the game, Nick Saban wondered if Kiffin and Ole Miss stole their defensive signals. Linebacker Dylan Moses said the Rebels had to have the signals.
Kiffin, who’s known to be very active on Twitter, responded in his own way Sunday … with a tweet.
FYI when u go as fast as we do we call our play first. Stealing signals wouldn’t help us at all because we are snapping the ball why they were still trying to just line up. #facts #ComeToTheSip @AlabamaFTBL go win the natty @OleMissFB https://t.co/6EvFe8PX4R
— Lane Kiffin (@Lane_Kiffin) October 11, 2020
On Monday, Ole Miss threw shade at the Tide with a social media video featuring offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby with a highlight of one of the Rebels touchdowns.
Stealing signals? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/ICLFagvSM9
— Ole Miss Football (@OleMissFB) October 12, 2020