TheClemsonInsider.com has learned that Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is moving very quickly in his search for the new Clemson offensive coordinator.
Tulsa offensive coordinator Chad Morris appears to be emerging as a leading candidate. Morris has only been the offensive coordinator at Tulsa for one season after a storied career in Texas high school football.
The Hurricanes had one of the top offenses in the nation this season averaging 41 points per game. Morris is expected to interview for the job after leading Tulsa to a 62-35 victory over Hawaii in the Sheraton Hawaii bowl.
TheClemsonInsider.com has received information from several sources tonight that believe the search will end very quickly.
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