Clemson Football: Why the Tigers Have Some of the Best Untapped Potential in FBS

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Clemson Football: Why the Tigers Have Some of the Best Untapped Potential in FBS
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Sitting here in late June, the countdown until the start of college football season begins, of course, with the usual, often premature, preseason rankings of teams and previews of what may be to come for all 120 FBS teams. Whether they have a chance to bounce back from a bad season, capitalize on a great one or adjust to new coaches, these news and notes allow college fans to wet their dry college throats until fall camps start and the first college football game draws near.

Clemson football is no exception to this rule. 

Clemson fans are looking for progress after a disappointing 6-7 season, Clemson's first losing season in over a decade. Head coach Dabo Swinney has spent the offseason completely revamping the Clemson offense, bringing in Chad Morris as offensive coordinator and his fast-paced spread offense, while replacing running backs coach Andre Powell with Tony Elliot, and hiring Jim Caldwell after the retirement of Brad Scott to an administrative position.

Despite the coaching changes and the adjustment period that must come with such big coaching changes, there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic, especially about the new offense.

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