Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney spoke to the media following practice on Thursday night in Clemson.
With school back in session and kickoff for the season opener against Kent State just nine days away, the fifth-ranked Tigers moved back to the friendly confines of the Allen Reeves Football Complex after spending more than a week practicing at Jervey Meadows.
Swinney updated the media on who will be the starting running back, the depth at tight end and at defensive end. The Clemson coach also spoke about walk-on tryouts from Thursday and if there were any new Hunter Renfrows in the new group.
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