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'Injured by a flying water bottle'? Personal injury attorney offers help to Lane Kiffin

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High-profile personal injury attorney Alexander Shunnarah is trying to cash in on the incident that resulted in the University of Tennessee being fined $250,000 for unruly fan behavior at last weekend's game against Ole Miss.

Shunnarah posted Monday on Twitter, offering Ole Miss football coach Lane Kiffin assistance for his "injuries" after multiple items were thrown from the stands in Knoxville during the fourth quarter of the Ole Miss versus Tennessee football game.

The tweet: "Have you or someone you love been a victim of thrown trash? (cough, cough @Lane_Kiffin)...CALL ME OLE MISS!"

Ole Miss was leading Tennessee 31-26 with 54 seconds remaining in the game when some fans began throwing objects from their seats, including water bottles, beer cans, a mustard bottle and even a golf ball.

Ole Miss was forced to clear the sideline, Tennessee removed its cheerleaders and band and the game was halted for some 20 minutes.

Kiffin was the head coach at Tennessee for one season, before deciding to leave for the same position at USC.

This article originally appeared on Mississippi Clarion Ledger: Lane Kiffin gets personal injury attorney offer after fans threw trash

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