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Lane Kiffin’s Daughter Commits To USC Volleyball Team

Lane Kiffin’s Daughter Commits To USC Volleyball Team

Lane Kiffin’s daughter, Presley, committed to USC’s volleyball team this week.

“I am beyond grateful to announce that I will be continuing my athletic and academic career at the University of Southern California,” she wrote on social media.

“A huge thank you to the USC coaching staff for this amazing opportunity. I want to thank all my coaches, family, friends, and especially @mizunolongbeach for their incredible support and guidance throughout the past couple years. So excited be a Trojan! FIGHT ON.”

What is interesting about this, of course, is that Lane spent three years as USC’s football coach from 2010 to 2013. Ultimately, he was fired in messy fashion following a particularly embarrassing loss to Arizona State.

Since then, Kiffin has moved on to different jobs and started dating Ole Miss cheerleaders.

Because of so much time passing, it appears as though the Kiffin family has no ill will towards USC anymore.

It will be interesting to see how Presley performs with the Trojans. She definitely has a very impressive social media presence:

 

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Olivia Dunne, an LSU star gymnast, is raking in seven figures per year via NIL paychecks thanks to her propensity for posting provocative social media content like her wild hotel room videos.

It will be interesting to see if Presley takes a page out of her book or goes a different way.

Either way, time will tell.

Will Lane make it a point to attend his daughter’s USC matches come next season? Time will tell.

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