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Topic - Dwayne Allen
Andrew Luck watched the game tape one more time Monday morning.
Ahmad Bradshaw's season is over and his brief stop in Indy might be, too.
Trent Richardson's new NFL home has all the features he's wanted.
Andrew Luck couldn't wait to start his new job, and the Indianapolis Colts couldn't wait to get him back on the field.
When Sammy Watkins first arrived on Clemson's campus last summer and reported for a workout with other incoming freshman receivers, quarterback Tajh Boyd sent him out for a pass.
Two months ago, Clemson was one of the hottest teams in the country, and it made a major statement on Virginia Tech's home field with a 23-3 win over the Hokies.
Last week, Virginia Tech running backs coach Shane Beamer acknowledged what everybody had been thinking since the spring about the Hokies' upcoming game against Clemson.
"I want to be selfish but I can't," tight end Dwayne Allen said. "Bruce is such a great guy and what he did for us this year, the job as a head coach and an offensive coordinator was just unbelievable and he deserves an opportunity if he wants to. Hopefully he decides to stay with us because we'd love to have him but if we have to part ways, then so be it."
"Somebody had better check his birth certificate," Allen said, "because there's no way this kid is 18."