It was only a month ago that football fans in the Palmetto state were left wondering why the Clemson…
Tiger Coaches Offered by Spurrier
CUTigers.com has now also confirmed earlier reports that a similar offer was made to offensive line coach Brad Scott.
Both offers were matched by Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden, and both coaches will stay at Clemson to continue their careers.
CUTigers.com has confirmed that neither coach will move on to work at the University of South Carolina.
In addition, the Gamecocks have since filled both assistant coaching vacancies.
Former Arkansas running back Madre Hill has been named the new running backs coach, and John Hunt was named earlier today to lead the offensive line.
CUTigers.com will have more on this developing story, shortly.
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