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Embracing a new role

CLEMSON – Chris Hairston has a burning desire to be regarded as one of the Tigers' leaders during his final season at Clemson.

After learning the ropes under fellow offensive lineman Thomas Austin a season ago, Hairston is already embracing that role. "I want to be a guy other guys can look up to and say, ‘He's doing it the right way. He's a great leader and can take us to the next level and help us win championships.' I want to be that leader," he said. "I want that role. I want to have that about me. I want to be the...

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