Lane Kiffin reacts to ending of Ole Miss vs. Tennessee | ESPN College Football

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Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin speaks with Cole Cubelic after defeating Tennessee 31-26, a game that was delayed late in the fourth quarter due to fans throwing debris on the field.

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    Tennessee is a state in the southeastern United States.

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