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Podcast Rebellion: What do we think of Lane Kiffin’s latest wave of hires?

Ole Miss added three more to the new-look staff. How do we grade them?

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We had to do it sooner or later, so we decided to rip the band-aid off during the Saints and Vikings NFC Wild Card game.

Podcast Rebellion is here to give our opinions on the hirings of former Maryland coach D.J. Durkin, Michigan’s Special Teams/Safeties coach and recruiting extraordinaire Chris Partridge, and Texas A&M’s tight ends coach Joe Jon Finley.

Obviously, Durkin dominates the conversation due to controversial firing in College Park and we give our take on what we think about it and if we think it will work, but we also touch on the careers of Partridge and Finley and what kind of recruiters they are as well.


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