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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Chad Morris
For the first time in five years, Clemson has questions at quarterback.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney expects all his staff back for next season, including offensive coordin'ator Chad Morris.
Tajh Boyd said it.
When Clemson coach Dabo Swinney looks at Maryland, he doesn't see a sub-.500 team embroiled in a quarterback controversy and struggling to find an identity under a first-year coach.
Virginia Tech defensive line coach Charley Wiles would love it if his four linemen contributed to a shutout in Saturday night's ACC opener against Clemson — or even if they helped hold the Tigers' spread-the-field, fast-paced offense to 14 points or so. But he knows there is a big difference between idealistic and the realistic this week.
Five years ago, Bill Blankenship left a comfortable job at an Oklahoma high school football powerhouse, taking a leap of faith that he'd land a college coaching job that fit him.