Lane Kiffin Sings ‘I Shall Be Released’

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Lane Kiffin Sings ‘I Shall Be Released’

This year saw Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis fire head coach Lane Kiffin four games into the season, Kiffin’s second with the organization. Davis fired Kiffin for cause; Kiffin and many Raiders/NFL fans feel that Davis is the cause of the Raiders problems.
Kiffin left with a 5-15 record and has since been named head coach of the Tennessee Vols. His father Monte Kiffin—well-respected defensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers—will join him at Tennessee.
Kiffin’s anticipated firing from the Raiders led to some unique moments, most notably Sebastian Janikowski’s 76-yard field goal attempt. Which leads to Bob Dylan’s “I Shall Be Released”: In a number of ways, Kiffin sang the song that accompanies this slideshow.
To enhance this production, open another screen and go here: To the left of the lyrics, click on “Listen” by the top photo of Dylan. Then go back to the Bleacher Report screen -- with speakers on -- to view this slideshow with Dylan’s voice and the written lyrics of “I Shall Be Released” accompanying the slides.

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They say ev'ry man must need protection,
They say ev'ry man must fall.

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