TCITV: Pearman Ready for Year Two

TCITV: Pearman Ready for Year Two

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TCITV: Pearman Ready for Year Two

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Clemson coach Danny Pearman has heard good returns from the incoming freshmen that were on campus for the second summer session.  Tuesday Pearman will get his first look at the freshmen on the field.

The summer session is a huge advantage for the freshmen as they get to adjust to college life and college academics before hitting the practice fields.

In his second year at Clemson, coach Pearman hopes that his players will be able to focus more on results and less on learning the new staff.

Watch coach Pearman talk about expectations heading into year two.

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