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Tennessee will host Ole Miss and head coach Lane Kiffin Saturday in Week 7 of the 2021 college football season.
Kiffin served as Tennessee’s head coach in 2009, guiding the Vols to a 7-6 record. Saturday will mark the first time Kiffin will return to Tennessee as an opposing head coach.
Ahead of Saturday’s Tennessee-Ole Miss contest, Vols Wire looks back at where current Southeastern Conference head coaches were coaching at in 2009.
Alabama: Nick Saban (Alabama head coach)
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Arkansas: Sam Pittman (North Carolina offensive line coach)
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Auburn: Bryan Harsin (Boise State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach)
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Florida: Dan Mullen (Mississippi State head coach)
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Georgia: Kirby Smart (Alabama defensive coordinator)
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Kentucky: Mark Stoops (Arizona defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach)
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LSU: Ed Orgeron (Tennessee defensive line coach)
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Mississippi State: Mike Leach (Texas Tech head coach)
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Missouri: Eliah Drinkwitz (Springdale High School offensive coordinator)
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Ole Miss: Lane Kiffin (Tennessee head coach)
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South Carolina: Shane Beamer (South Carolina safeties coach and special teams coordinator)
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Tennessee: Josh Heupel (Oklahoma quarterbacks coach)
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Texas A&M: Jimbo Fisher (Florida State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach)
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Vanderbilt: Clark Lea (UCLA graduate assistant)
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