Lane Kiffin had the offense and defense flip roles to end practice today

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At the end of practice today, Lane Kiffin had an interesting idea pop into his head to spice up practice, and Role Reversal

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With the ball at the five-yard line, the Owl offensive players switched to defense and the defensive guys had five snaps on offense to score.

Two of their star players, all-conference safety Jalen Young switched to quarterback and Conference-USA Offensive Player of the Year Devin Singletary moved to linebackers, and both played key roles in the practice drill mean to shake things up. Not surprising, both guys ended up playing both ways in high school.

Young scored on the final two plays, while Singletary blew up a reverse that had the whole team going wild.

“That just shows you, good players are good players. Motor [Singletary] makes the first two tackles and Jalen makes the most plays on offense – arguably your two best players when (linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair) is down," Kiffin told FAU Owl Access.

Role Reversal

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