Clemson staff visited Oklahoma State on Monday


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Dabo Swinney and members of the Clemson coaching staff visited Mike Gundy and the Oklahoma State staff Monday in Stillwater.

That is pretty common during the offseason. Coaches get together to share ideas, tour facilities and, more or less, shoot the breeze. Gundy said he spent about six hours with Swinney.

Gundy notices a lot of similarities between Clemson heading into the 2012 season and his 2011 Cowboys because of the depth that returns for the Tigers, most notably the quarterback-receiver combo of Tajh BoydTajh Boyd
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. Clemson went 10-4 last season and won the ACC title before getting routed by West Virginia 70-33 in the Orange Bowl.

“They’ve got all their guys back,” Gundy said of Clemson. “So when they go out to spring ball, they’re legitimately two-deep. That’s the way we were last year. Well, now we’re into a rollover year where we’re filling some holes at quarterback and defensive end and safety.”

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