Kliff Kingsbury is a silky smooth dude. The former Texas Tech head coach and new USC offensive coordinator recently appeared on the “Dan Patrick Show” where he dropped a gem of a line about whether he ever flirts with recruits’ mothers.
That’s when the 39-year-old coach did not disappoint.
Kingsbury showed off his slick pickup lines by sharing what he says when he sees an attractive mom at an in-home visit.
“I might just say, ‘I see where your son gets his good looks from,’” Kingsbury joked.
Kliff Kingsbury, when asked on the Dan Patrick show, on if he flirts with recruits' moms: I might just say, "I see where your son gets his good looks from."
— Chris Hummer (@chris_hummer) December 17, 2018
Damn, he’s good.
Kingsbury also talked at length about what he expects at USC, reported NFL interest, the success of his former pupil and current Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, and much more.
The Texas Tech football program released head coach Kliff Kingsbury of his duties, on Sunday, November 25. The news came after the Red Raiders secured their third straight losing season. Kingsbury’s firing came with the head coach holding a 35-40 overall record during his six-year tenure with the program. However, Kingsbury has two years left on his contract so he will receive a $4.2 million buyout.
And while Kingsbury may not have had overwhelming success as a head coach, he did show the ability to develop quarterbacks and he has a strong Air Raid attack. It will be interesting to see how he transforms the Trojans offense.
Just make sure he stays away from your mom.