Alabama has relieved Lane Kiffin from his offensive coordinator duties ahead of the national championship game against Clemson.
ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit believes the reason Lane Kiffin hired Kendal Briles as offensive coordinator is Kiffin wants to take more of a CEO approach to this head coaching job.
AL.com's Matt Zenitz reports that in early December, FAU HC Lane Kiffin tried to convince former Alabama QB Blake Barnett to transfer to the Owls.
Alabama OC Lane Kiffin will be FAU's next head coach, according to ESPN's Brett McMurphy.
Tilman Fertitta, Houston's board of regents chair, questioned the validity of Alabama OC Lane Kiffin as a head-coaching candidate.
Football Scoop's Zach Barnett reports that FAU is "in talks" with Alabama OC Lane Kiffin regarding their open head-coaching position.
Alabama HC Nick Saban prefers for OC Lane Kiffin to remain with the team through the College Football Playoffs.
ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that Houston officials will meet Thursday night to discuss the candidates for the program's vacant head-coaching position.
USA Today's Dan Wolken reports Alabama OC Lane Kiffin will be Houston's next head coach, pending "pending a Thursday meeting at which school President Renu Khator will have to give the final OK."
Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman believes Alabama OC Lane Kiffin taking the USF head coaching vacancy seems like a very plausible idea.
CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd reports that Alabama OC Lane Kiffin would be the leading candidate for USF's head-coaching position should current HC Willie Taggart take another job.
ESPN's Sam Khan Jr. reports that Houston has interviewed Alabama OC Lane Kiffin, former LSU HC Les Miles, OC Major Applewhite and DC Todd Orlando for their open head-coaching position.
Alabama OC Lane Kiffin will stay at the school through the Playoffs.
ESPN's Brett McMuprhy reports Houston will interview Alabama OC Lane Kiffin, former LSU head coach Les Miles and former Baylor head coach Art Briles for the school's opening.