Lane Kiffin shoves his own player after tight end commits false start
The Kentucky-Ole Miss game wasn't even two minutes old, and tensions were running high on the Rebels' bench.
The Rebels gained 11 yards on a third and 12 and opted to leave the offense on the field to get a first down. But tight end Michael Trigg committed a false start, backing Ole Miss up five yards and forcing a punt.
Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin was not pleased.
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When Trigg and the rest of the offense came off the field, the tight end was speaking to another coach when Kiffin approached and shoved him.
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The Rebels were able to pin the Wildcats at their own 5-yard line, force a punt and score two unanswered touchdowns to take an early 14-0 lead.
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The Rebels led the Wildcats 19-12 at halftime, but Kentucky tied the game early in the third.
Both teams are seeking to start the season 5-0.