As if the mess Kiffin left behind in Oakland was not enough , the boy Kiffin has felt the need to blast Al Davis , as if to excuse the fact that he is the equivalent of a used car salesmen as a coach , a fraud as a leader , and a buttplug of a human being . ESPN ate it up though and published the following.
"It is almost impossible," Kiffin, who went 5-15 with the Raiders, said in an interview that was published Thursday. "I don't know why I didn't listen, (because) so many people told me that. That's why, if you ask (coach Steve Sarkisian, who's now at the University of Washington), he didn't go. He had a chance to go.
"You're just so far behind other clubs. You're waiting for (Davis) to wake up and come to work at 2 o'clock in the afternoon to make decisions that the rest of the league is making at 6 o'clock in the morning. You're still running videotapes over to the hotel so he can watch practice at night."
Kiffin acknowledged that when Davis used an overhead projector in an October 2008 news conference to discuss the coach's firing, it served as a metaphor for how the owner runs the team as a coach .
Kiffin fails to realize his failures are his own , they followed him from Oakland to Tennessee , and now to USC where he can blame his failures as a coach , and a man on Pete Carroll , never having to take responsibility for his own short comings , so that he may perpetrate yet another fraud on another team when he is inevitably fired by USC .
Kiffen is a complete chode , and if not for the fact he was dragging Davis through the mud , ESPN wouldn't waste the gas to drive out to interview him now that USC is irrelevant .