Lane Kiffin weighs in on SEC hurry-up debate, because you were wondering

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The USC coach has an insight on the issue. Also, his team has to play Oregon frequently.

College football coaches sure do have opinions on the hurry-up offense. Nick Saban, Bret Bielema and Will Muschamp think it stinks and is dangerous. Coaches who use up-tempo offenses like Dana Holgorsen and Mike Leach think that's a bunch of nonsense.

We might as well ask what USC coach Lane Kiffin thi--oh, someone already asked him:

Alright, we get it. Coaches that run up-tempo spreads like the offense and don't see what the issue is, and coaches that don't run up-tempo offenses think it's dangerous.

Until someone produces a peer-reviewed study that conclusively shows that the hurry-up offense is more dangerous than its "traditional" counterpart, let's all just relax and talk about things that have been proven. Like how pizza is great.

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