Friday, October 10, 2003

Clemson weighs its offensive options

With quarterback Charlie Whitehurst only 50-50 for Saturday's crucial ACC game against 25th-ranked Virginia, the Tigers may have to come up with some options to get the win.

YOUTH MOVEMENT: Clemson's youngest assistant coaches, Dabo Swinney and David Blackwell, have been making a great impression in their first season with the program.

BAD LUCK STREAK IN FOOTBALL SCHOOL: Clemson hopes to end a string of eight consecutive losses to ranked teams when it meets 25th-ranked Virginia on Saturday.

UGLY THREADS: Clemson's uniforms have been rated among the ugliest in the NCAA by Clarissa Cruz, fashion editor of Entertainment Weekly.

MILLER TIME: Clemson must figure out a way to defend against Virginia tight end Heath Miller. He's the best in the league.

Speaking of tight ends, what happened to Ben Hall? I can't understand why such a talented athlete is not getting the ball more in our pass-happy offense.

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