Audio: Rob Spence - Tommy Bowden Press Conference


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Rob Spence guided a Toledo offense that averaged 474.1 yards per game and 35.2 points per game during he 2004 regular season that included a 9-3 overall record.

CLEMSON -- Rob Spence, the offensive coordinator who led the
University of Toledo to four consecutive top 13 final rankings in total offense and helped the Rocket program to 35 victories over the last four years, has been named Clemson Offensive Coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Head Coach Tommy Bowden made the announcement today.


Quick Facts on Rob Spence

Age: 46 (born 10-10-58)

Hometown: Middletown, Delaware

Alma Mater: Iona '81

Playing Experience: Iona College 1978-81 Previous Coaching Experience:

1981 Assistant Coach, Pelhem Memorial High, Pelhem, NY

1982-83 Offensive Coordinator, Iona Prep, New Rochelle, NY Also Head JV Coach in 1983.

1984-88 Head Coach, Iona Prep, New Rochelle, NY (29-19-1)

1989 Offensive Coordinator, Iona College 1990 Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks, Hofstra University

1991 Quarterbacks coach, Holy Cross College

1992-93 Inside Receivers/Tight Ends, University of Maryland

1994-96 Quarterbacks, University of Maryland

1997-98 Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks/Hofstra University

1999 Associate Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator, Hofstra University

2000 Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, Louisiana Tech

2001-04 Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, University of Toledo



PRESS CONFERENCE AUDIO
New Clemson Offensive Coordinator Rob Spence - Real | Windows Media Head Coach Tommy Bowden - Real | Windows Media

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