There's no one Lane Kiffin enjoys trolling on Twitter more than Tennessee fans

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Lane Kiffin has become known for having a sometimes humorous presence on Twitter, so does it come as any surprise that the college fan base he has the most fun trolling is one he used to call his own?

In an interview with Chris Vannini of The Athletic on Thursday, Kiffin discussed a number of topics and admitted that he takes the most pleasure in agitating Tennessee fans and enjoys seeing how people react to his Twitter activity.

"Anything with me, usually when I do something, it's going to be assumed negative immediately, just like the dog years," Kiffin said. "I may post a Tennessee license plate, because I was there recruiting and the kids take it as, 'Coach is coming to see me today' and show their friends. That's how it started. Now, I just think it's funny to see people's reactions. It just blows me away in this world what people get upset about. I know people say life's too short, but I like to see some of the reactions of people, because it's funny that people are that consumed by what you retweet or make a joke."

Kiffin famously left Tennessee for USC after just one season at the helm, and he clearly doesn't mind the fact that Volunteers fans haven't forgotten about it in the slightest.

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