- 1 Who is Layla Kiffin?
- 2 Layla Kiffin Age, Childhood, Education
- 3 Relationship with Lane Kiffin, Children, Divorce
- 4 Layla Kiffin Net Worth, Body Stats, and Appearance
- 5 Layla Kiffin’s Ex-Husband, Lane Kiffin
- 6 Career
- 7 Oakland Raiders’ Youngest Head Coach
- 8 Return to College Football
- 9 The University of Alabama and Ole Miss
Who is Layla Kiffin?
Layla Kiffin is the ex-wife of the American Football coach Lane Kiffin, who is currently the head coach of the University of Mississippi football team. The two were married from 2000 until 2016, during which time they welcomed two children. Layla hasn’t pursued a career of her own, and since the divorce has disappeared from the media buzz.
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Layla Kiffin Age, Childhood, Education
Born Layla Reaves in 1976, she is the daughter of John Reaves, the famous American Football player who spent 11 seasons in the National Football League (NFL), playing for such teams as the Philadelphia Eagles, Cincinnati Bengals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, plus the Tampa Bay Bandits. Details about her mother are unavailable, though it is known that her parents divorced when Layla was young. Her father died in 2017, after years of addiction-related problems.
Layla spent her childhood in Gainesville, Florida, where she went to Bucholz High School, and after matriculation enrolled at the University of Florida.
Relationship with Lane Kiffin, Children, Divorce
Lane and Layla met for the first time in 1999 and hit it off immediately. They became engaged in 2004, and married the same year. Their marriage lasted until 2016 when their divorce process was one of the high profile – their marriage ended badly, and the reason was Lane’s affair with the daughter of his head coach in 2015.
Before their divorce, the couple welcomed three children, and Layla now has full custody over them. Layla has received around 34.5% of all of Lane’s income as a divorce settlement, and now lives with her children in Manhattan.
Layla Kiffin Net Worth, Body Stats, and Appearance
Following the split from her husband, Layla became a multi-millionaire, and her wealth is estimated at $2.1 million as of early 2020. Layla could have been a model with her admired beauty and body. She has blonde hair and blue eyes, stands at 5ft 6ins (1.67m) tall, and she weighs around 121lbs ~ 55kgs.
Layla Kiffin’s Ex-Husband, Lane Kiffin
Born Lane Monte Kiffin on the 9th May 1975, in Lincoln, Nebraska USA, he is the son of Monte Kiffin, a famous American Football coach, and his wife Robin. He has a brother, Chris, who is also involved in American Football and is now the “Pass Rush Specialist” coach for the San Francisco 49ers. Lane went to Bloomington Jefferson High School in Minnesota, from which he matriculated in 1994. After high school, he enrolled at Fresno State, where he played football for the Bulldogs as a quarterback.
He finished his studies in 1998, and in his senior career became a Student Assistant Coach for position coach Jeff Tedford.
Lane started his career as a graduate assistant for the Colorado State University team. This lasted just a year, before he was recruited by the Jacksonville Jaguars of the NFL, as their new quality control assistant. This also lasted a year, and then in 2001, he became the tight ends coach at the University of Southern California, under Pete Carroll. Lane remained at USC until 2006, during which time he covered several positions, including the wide receivers coach and offensive co-ordinator.
Oakland Raiders’ Youngest Head Coach
At just 31 years old, Lane was recruited by the Oakland Raiders and made their new head coach. Unfortunately, his time in Oakland wasn’t successful – in his first season, the Raiders had a record of just four wins and 12 losses, and due to continuing poor results, and tension between players, head coach and the owner, Al Davis, eventually resulted in Lane being fired over the telephone on the 30th September 2008.
Return to College Football
After his unsuccessful stint in NFL, Lane became the head coach of the University of Tennessee Volunteers, where he remained for only one season, and had a record of seven wins and six losses.
— Lane Kiffin (@Lane_Kiffin) December 18, 2019
He left Tennessee for the University of Southern California, succeeding Pete Carroll, who left USC for the Seattle Seahawks of the NFL. Lane was the head coach of the USC from 2010 until 2013, and had the best season in 2011, with a record of 10 victories and just two lost games. However, the start of the 2013 season wasn’t great, which led to Lane’s firing.
The University of Alabama and Ole Miss
Since then, he’s been the offensive co-ordinator at the University of Alabama, and quarterback coach, which lasted from 2014 until 2016, when he took over the head coach position of the Florida Atlantic Owls team.
With them, he won C-USA Championships in 2017 and 2019, leading the team to No. 1 position in the conference, with records 11-3 and 10-3. However, he left Alabama in early December 2019, and had talks with the University of Mississippi football team. On the 9th December he was named the 39th head coach of Ole Miss on a four-year contract worth $16.2 million.
According to sources, Lane Kiffin’s net worth is estimated at $6 million as of early 2020.