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Dude is dead on
This football game was a year-long loss from Clemson. We learned absofuckinglutely nothing from last seasons debacle. This is my biggest gripe-we have done nothing in strength and conditioning...
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My only concern there is that he still thinks that they have excessive talent that isn't performing up to par. I just don't think they are all that good.
Read this the cool aid has not worn off.
With the recent firings of Tennessee’s Derek Dooley, Auburn’s Gene Chizik, NC State’s Tom O’Brien and Boston College’s Frank Spaziani, the rumors are really starting to fly that Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris could be leaving to fill one of these head coach positions. I really don’t see that happening. Not this year.
I just think Morris is happy where he’s at. At least through next year. Next year, Clemson should enter the season ranked somewhere near the top 10 and have an outside shot at a national championship. Morris knows this. Sammy Watkins will be back, and if Tajh Boyd and DeAndre Hopkins decide to return for their senior year (which I think they will), it could be a special season for the Tigers.
I know Morris is a hot commodity now, but if he would just wait one more year his stock would go way up.
I think they will lose big in there bowl game and they are starting with GA first game dream on.
that is a GREAT article.... and true... hope Clemmers don't pay it any attention.
Hopkin's is an idiot if he comes back
Many good points, but I think at the end of the day one reader's comment says it all
"Imagine if Auburn hired Trooper Taylor to replace Chizik. We'd all say they are crazy. However, that is precisely what Clemson did".
hahahahah good point.
You can't see! I can't see! All that matters is can the f*&%ing horse see! That's a raid!
Very enjoyable seeing their fans having reality hit them in the face.
They're actually scared they might get Vandy in the bowl game. Read the comments....
ESPN projects us vs. Vanderbilt in the peach bowl
but I could easily see it being Miss St. LSU won’t fall that deep in the SEC bowl pecking order, and they can’t have a rematch with us and Scar
by damedsz on Nov 25, 2012 11:33 PM EST up reply
On paper we should win that.
But I could see the ‘Dores coming in fired up and us not giving a rat’s ass, which would give us our one “Clemson” loss of the season.
by Spencer York on Nov 25, 2012 11:57 PM EST up reply
Vandy would be a doom's day scenario
There is no way to come out ahead on that one. They probably kick our asses, which validates everyone’s opinion that we’re pussies.
On the off-chance we win, well hell, it was Vandy, of course you won.
Miss St would be a better opponent just from the perception of the teams.
by DorchesterCat on Nov 26, 2012 9:12 AM EST up reply
SEC - Iron sharpens iron.
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