Looks like Lane Kiffin might soon be out of a job. Mike Leach will do that to ya.
Perfect MT @LAIreland I have a feeling this won't be the only time a fire lane is used this way pic.twitter.com/CxiQwFpe2s— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) September 8, 2013
Kiffin and Pinkel share some similarities
Like Kiffin, Pinkel announced his starting QB on his website ... but talked to reporters next day. And it was during camp, not after 2 games— Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) September 9, 2013
Some are already advising him to do maintenance for a cross country trip:
For clarity: I do emphatically believe Petrino is somewhere else in 2014, but not Texas or USC. (Check those brake lines, Pinkel)— Steven Godfrey (@38Godfrey) September 9, 2013
Here "Mizzou" is obviously code for "Gary Pinkel"
A lot of empty seats for a one-point game in the third quarter. Move Mizzou to L.A.? http://t.co/howR3GNy6r— Matthew Fairburn (@MatthewFairburn) September 7, 2013
Perhaps he's tired of criticism?
Feelin' Kinda Ornery - Rock M Nation
What I really want is for Pinkel to be less nice.
Or perhaps he's tired of empty stadiums and fair weather fans:
Many fans are leaving Faurot Field. It's hot ... but those tickets weren't free and Missouri leading only by 8.— Joe Walljasper (@JoeWalljasper) September 7, 2013
From a source on the scene:
This is embarrassing pic.twitter.com/UI7lKoZ7Jq— Zach Walther (@ZWal93) September 7, 2013
The Rock "M" looks beautiful when uncluttered with fans
Down on the sideline during the half, #Mizzou leads Toledo 17-9. It’s hot, be sure to hydrate! pic.twitter.com/3rl3RFu37i— Patrick Crawford (@p_crawf) September 7, 2013
Could it be the weather?
Temperature reading on Faurot Field with 13 minutes before @mizzoufootball kickoff. #TOLvsMIZZ pic.twitter.com/MRLYhcXsyv— Chad Moller (@ChadMo1) September 7, 2013
From the air conditioned Luxury boxes:
Moments before the second half begins of an eight-point game, this is the east side of Memorial Stadium. pic.twitter.com/HLaGKbe0wl— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) September 7, 2013
The heat was overblown you say?
MUPD said paramedics responded to more than 120 heat-related incidents at the Toledo game Saturday. Was it too hot? http://t.co/FRowUdOZCZ— KOMU 8 News (@KOMUnews) September 10, 2013
Saturday's game was the second-hottest game played in an SEC college town. Only Texas A&M fans dealt with hotter temperatures, as the daytime high reached 97 degrees Saturday when the Aggies hosted Sam Houston State.