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Feaster having fun, not taking anything for granted

Clemson running back Tavien Feaster says his mindset this spring is to have fun and to put himself in position to win the starting job.

Feaster is in a furious competition with C.J. Fuller and Adam Choice as the three battle to be the Tigers’ new starting running back now that Wayne Gallman has moved on to the NFL.

On Friday, Feaster spoke to the media as he updated his goals for the spring and what’s next for him as he tries to become the Tigers’ new starting running back.

Photo Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

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