He told Lana he came to be with her and thus they continued their relationship.
He crashed his motorcycle, and she spent hours in the emergency room with him.
Lane has three kids with Layla Kiffin — the couple filed for divorce earlier this year — and tweets goofy photos or videos of them all the time.
Sometimes it’s son Knox dabbing after beating Auburn, or all three doing the Harlem Shake after winning the national title.
Last November, Monte visited his son in Tuscaloosa for the first time when Alabama played Charleston Southern.
Before kickoff, Lane showed him around campus and let him experience the SEC game-day atmosphere.
Jeremy Lane thrust himself, and by extension the Seahawks, into the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick by joining the San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback in not standing for the national anthem before an NFL game.
Lane, Seattle’s fifth-year defensive back, sat alone on the Seahawks’ bench on the east side of the Coliseum in Oakland during the anthem before Thursday night’s preseason finale against the Raiders.
Usually the Kiffin family retreats to a Florida beach for the Fourth of July holiday, but this year it ended up gathering at Chris Kiffin’s house, not far from where he works as a defensive line coach for Ole Miss. Lane, Chris and father Monte — a defensive assistant for the Jacksonville Jaguars — coach in different states.
But when everyone gets together every July 4, they don’t spend the days sitting around being lazy. In the public eye, Lane Kiffin is Alabama’s surfer-dude, visor-wearing, preemptive-touchdown-celebrating, Bitmoji-tweeting offensive coordinator.
They became a couple just before her eighteenth birthday.
They went to a church to do a tombstone rubbing of Countess Margaret Isobel Thoreaux for an art-history class.