|Date of Birth:||1975, May 9|
|Age:||45 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Lane Monte Kiffin|
|Famous Name||Lane Kiffin|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
|Salary||$ 1 million|
|Currently Working For||NFL|
|Married to||Layla Kiffin (m. 2004)|
|Children||Landry Kiffin, Monte Knox Kiffin, Pressley Kiffin|
Lane Monte Kiffin is an American football coach and presently, he is working for the University of Mississippi as the head coach. Earlier, Lane served for various football teams such as USC Trojans Football, University of Tennessee Volunteers, Florida Atlantic University, and so on. He was also the youngest coach in modern NFL history.
The American coach recently signed a 4-year contract with Ole Miss in 2019. He will reportedly earn $3.9 million in 3.9 million this season and will see his salary rise by $100,000 every year. Lane will make more than $16 million in earnings in 4 years.
His net worth is estimated at $6 million in 2018 but is reported to have around $10 million in 2019. He previously had a salary of $1.4 million at Alabama and received $1 million at FAU. He resides in Boca Raton, in a recently bought $2.1 million house.
Lane Kiffin is a talented man with an amazing personality. Accounting his personal life, he was married to beautiful wife Layla Kiffin in 2004 and they have three children including 2 daughters; Landry Kiffin, Pressley Kiffin and a son named Monte Knox Kiffin.
However, the couple announced their divorce in February 2016. The reason behind their divorce is still hidden. Currently, Layla lives with her 3 children in Manhattan in a $10,000 rental house.
There were some rumors about his affair with a woman named Heidi who used to be a sister when Lane was in college. Heidi approached Lane for shifting to Europe and getting married. However, Lane did not approve her proposal.
Lane Kiffin currently ages 42 and still is a handsome man. He has a noticeable height and maintained body weight which fits perfectly to his height.
Lane Kiffin was born on May 9, 1975, in Lincoln, Nebraska, the United State. He is the son of a long-time NFL defensive Monte Kiffin (Father) and Robin Kiffin (Mother). He has also brother and sister named Chris Kiffin and Heidi Kiffin respectively. Lane is an American citizen belonging to the white ethnical background. His star sign is Taurus.
Lane Kiffin graduated from Bloomington Jefferson High School in 1994 in Minnesota. Then, he attended Fresno State University. On that point, he played for the Bulldogs as the position of quarterback. On the other hand, he was also very good at playing basketball and baseball but he chose his career to be a coach.
Lane Kiffin first worked as a graduate assistant at Colorado State University before entering the coaching career. On that point, he assured a job with the Jacksonville Jaguars as a quality control assistant for one year before he was hired as a tight ends coach at USC by a football coach Pete Carroll.
Lane Kiffin started his coaching career with the University of Southern California in 2001 season. He became a wide receiver coach where he added the game coordinator. Likewise, in 2004 season, he got promoted to offensive coordinator along with Steve Sarkisian.
On January 23, 2007, Oakland Raiders hired Lane, making him the youngest head coach in NFL history. Including his talent, later he recorded his first regular win as an NFL head coach. However, he left the Oakland as he had a minor conflict with previous coach Davis.
Afterward, in 2009, Lane Kiffin became a head football coach for the University of Tennessee Volunteers. Besides, he also became the youngest active head coach in Division I FBS, exceeding North western’s Pat Fitzgerald. Moreover, he signed a memorandum of understanding with Tennessee on November 30, 2008, with a deal of $2 million. After serving 1 year in Tennessee, he returned to USC Trojans and served for three seasons in 2011-13.
At present, Lane Kiffin joined the Florida Atlantic Owls, after spending several years in Alabama Crimson Tide as the offensive coordinator. As of now, Lane has signed a deal with the University of Mississippi.