Stoudt posts encouraging message to former Clemson teammates

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Former Clemson signal-caller Cole Stoudt is successfully transitioning from student athlete into a young coaching career as a graduate assistant at Jacksonville State in Alabama.

However, Stoudt still has very fond memories in leading Clemson to a dominating 40-6 win over Oklahoma exactly one year ago today.

Stoudt was clutch in his final college game that night throwing for 319 yards and four total touchdowns.

"Year ago today was one of the greatest days of my life," Stoudt posted on Instagram. "Many doubted me, many hated me, but none of them will get to experience what it's like to be on the stage with ur brothers for the world to see and doing what everyone said I couldn't. Nothing better than shutting people up over and over again while playing the greatest game with ur brothers! Proud of my boys this year being #1 and about to win it all this year!" #ClemsonFamily #BeatOU Adversity Ain't **** #Never GiveUP #Never LoseFaith

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