Two-Minute Drill: Elliott talks running game, South Carolina job

Two-Minute Drill: Elliott talks running game, South Carolina job

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Two-Minute Drill: Elliott talks running game, South Carolina job

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Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott was asked Monday if he would be interested in the head coaching job at South Carolina.

Elliott explains why he would not be interested in any job at the moment, plus he discusses how the Tigers are trying to fix their issues in the running game.

Clemson ran for just 34 yards in the loss to Notre Dame on Nov. 7, the fewest rushing yards in a game since 2011.

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