Morris Brings New Pace to Clemson

Morris Brings New Pace to Clemson

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Morris Brings New Pace to Clemson

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Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris held a press conference Thursday where he previewed spring practice.

Coach Morris said it won’t take long for his team to learn about the pace he wants to run.

“They should know in the first five minutes of practice,” said Morris.

Expect a lot of shotgun from the Tigers this fall.

“We should  run about 80 percent from the gun,” said Morris.

Coach Morris has been pleased with what he has seen from his team during matt drills. 

The biggest adjustment will not  be terminology, but the pace.  Coach Morris said his team will learn about the pace very quickly.  The center will be key to the pace of the offense and coach Morris expects Dalton Freeman to do a good job of getting the offensive line  set quickly.

Watch coach Morris’ press conference on TCITV:

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