I can't tell you I know what Lane Kiffin is doing in the locker room for so much longer than everyone else that he misses the last bus. My gut tells me that the only thing pure about his postgame ritual is whatever he is snorting through a dollar bill, but that's neither here nor there. Every last Alabama bus leaving behind the offensive coordinator of a National Championship team that just put 45 points against a great defense says all you need to know about Lane Kiffin. He's more of a hired gun than the dude from the 'Transporter' movies. A mercenary of the highest order. Lane Kiffin has proven over the course of his career that he doesn't care about anyone but himself, and that's why he's such a good fit in Alabama. No matter how successful he is, Nick Saban will always treat him like more of a resource than an actual person. Saban doesn't concern himself with anything but winning. There's literally no room in his life for fondness towards another individual that's not under his watchful eye. That why Kiffin's combination of success and unlovability makes for a match formed in college football heaven. Nothing says that Lane Kiffin is merely an asset like an entire college football team and it's staff boarding multiple buses without even noticing that the person that just lead their unstoppable offense isn't in attendance, or even worse, noticing and not even giving it a second thought. This is the offensive mastermind behind a team that just won the National Championship and he likely had to summon an Uber. That's not even disrespect, it's disregard, and something tell me that Lane Kiffin wouldn't have it any other way.