Lane Kiffin loves to celebrate touchdowns, even when they haven't happened yet.
Alabama scored on its first possession of the first half, then did the exact same on its first possession of the second half. Kiffin knew it was coming as soon as he saw how open O.J. Howard was. He's just locked in like that Monday night.
Kiffin was right, too, as QB Jacob Coker hit Howard for what would end up a 53-yard touchdown and a 21-14 lead for the Crimson Tide. He seemed to enjoy it very much
(Via Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports)
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