Found March 06, 2013 on Crystal Ball Run:
First Practice: March 6 Spring Game: April 13 After reaching 11 victories in 2012, Clemson football expects to repeat that performance — if not do even a little better in 2013. The Tigers 11-2 season was their best since the 1981 team went 12-0 and won a national title. Dabo Swinney and his staff have amassed some serious talent, and they are fresh off a huge 25-24 victory over LSU in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. Now Swinney must make sure the Tigers work hard this spring to get back on top of the ACC. The few slip-ups that Clemson endured in 2012 should be enough to motivate the players to work hard this spring and put them in position this fall to be a serious national title contender. The Tigers have some holes to fill on the defense, but second-year coordinator Brent Venables is up to the task. Let’s take a closer look at the spring Clemson football team … Stability Factor (1 = Chaos; 5 = Rock Solid): 4 Everything points to Clemson being able to compet...
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