Video: Leggett answers questions about future after season-ending loss

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Clemson head coach Jack Leggett was asked if he is fully confident that he is going to be back next year after Clemson's season-ending loss to Xavier on Saturday.

“Am I fully confident that I’m going to be back coaching next year?" Leggett said. "I’d like to tell you that’s a ridiculous question,” Leggett said. “I’ve been here for 21 years and have a track record that’s pretty good. I’m sure we’ll sit down and talk about it.”

After a long pause, he finished the question by saying, “I would hope so.“

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