Former Clemson offensive coordinator Billy Napier just sent us the following statement.
“It is unfortunate that my time at Clemson has come to an end. I want to thank Tommy Bowden and Dabo Swinney for the opportunity they gave me to work at Clemson. I was blessed and am thankful for the interaction I had with so many great people. Clemson University is truly a special place. My wife Ali and I are thankful for our time here. It is unfortunate that my time at Clemson has come to an end under these circumstances. I want to thank the current coaching staff, the support staff, the athletic administration and most of all the players and wish them the best of luck in the future.”
We would like to wish coach Napier the best of luck in the future. He is a class act on and off the field.
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