“Jimmy Greenbeans” – the alter ego of Brent Venables, which he introduced himself to the media as several years back, after serving as a scout-team quarterback – has moved on from Clemson.
However, the Tigers now have “Johnny Carrots.”
That’s the username for the Twitter profile page of a fake Wes Goodwin account, which Clemson super senior linebacker James Skalski was asked about Sunday during the Tigers’ Cheez-It Bowl player-coordinator press conference.
“We don’t know who it is exactly. I mean, it’s obviously some Twitter account,” Skalski said.
“But no, they are doing a good job with the humor side of all the (staff) changes that’s going on. So, we just think it’s entertaining. But, yeah, so I don’t know who you are, Johnny Carrots.”
Skalski was asked if he has a nickname for Goodwin, who was recently promoted from senior defensive assistant to defensive coordinator/linebackers coach for the Tigers.
“Nothing crazy. Just good ‘ole Wes for right now,” Skalski said.
“I mean, he’ll, you know, earn one, I guess as time goes by. But, there’s definitely a lot of people with Johnny Carrots or all these other things, but it will come naturally.”
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