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Never forget Lane Kiffin told Alshon Jeffery he’d pump gas for a living if he went to South Carolina

He was wrong. Alshon Jeffery caught the first touchdown in Super Bowl 52 against the New England Patriots with a leaping effort. It was an incredible play. ESPN’s Chris Low did a story in March of 2009, which detailed then-Tennessee head coach Lane Kiffin telling Jeffery what would happen if he chose to go to South Carolina: According to Jeffery and Wilson, Kiffin told Jeffery that if he chose the Gamecocks, he would end up pumping gas for the rest of his life like all the other players from that state who had gone to South Carolina.
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