Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- Alabama head coach Nick Saban, left, watches as offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, right, signals to the offense during the first half Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015, in Tuscaloosa. Alabama won 30-16.


If you're a college football fan, you've undoubtedly seen "it" happen on the Alabama sidelines.

"It" being coach Nick Saban ripping into an assistant coach, typically in front of 100,000-plus fans in a stadium and millions more watching on national television.

Former Crimson Tide offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin was no stranger to the Saban tirades. (If you need a reminder, click here.)

Once the prize LSU coach Ed Orgeron sought to bring to Baton Rouge but now the coach at Florida Atlantic, Kiffin is doing things his way, not Saban's.

"I'm not really big on humiliating the assistant coaches in front of everybody," Kiffin told SiriusXM on Wednesday. "So I just kind of write down notes, and in the staff meeting explain what we want to get done."

Kiffin's awkward exit from Alabama came days before the Crimson Tide played in the national title game vs. Clemson. He spent three seasons in Tuscaloosa as the Tide's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

Click here to listen to the full audio from the interview.