College Football Coach Has Golden Line When Asked About Flirting With Recruits’ Moms

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USC offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury had an outstanding line when asked if he flirts with the mothers of potential recruits.

The new USC play caller appeared on the “Dan Patrick Show” Monday, and apparently didn’t disappoint one bit. (RELATED: USC Pulls Incredible Power Move When Announcing New Football Coach)

According to Chris Hummer, the former Texas Tech coach was asked if he ever flirts with mothers. Kingsbury responded with, “I might just say, ‘I see where your son gets his good looks from.'”

Classic line from Kingsbury. This man is a nonstop entertainment machine that I simply can’t get enough of.

Look, I’m sure the young coaching star isn’t the only guy in the profession that might occasionally try to slip a mother a nice line to butter her up. It probably happens more than we think. The only difference is that Kingsbury actually might be smooth enough for it to not come off as creepy.


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I’m telling you right now that his tenure at USC in Los Angeles is going to make for incredible content. It’s like a legit gift from God. He must want me to have a beachside house in Miami or a yacht.

There’s no other reason the heavens would have blessed me with an amazing gift. There’s simply no other explanation for why we got the gift of all this golden Kingsbury content.

I hope he coaches there for a lifetime. It’s going to be epic.

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