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Is Jimbo Fisher a possibility for Offensive Coordinator now that Saban has taken the job with the Dolphins?

Rob Spence is still the leading candidate, but a lot will depend on the Miami, Ohio head coaching position. I doubt Miami will do anything before their bowl game, so the decision could be delayed even further. The Fisher rumors come across as a little odd to me. Fisher seems to be too conservative for Bowden in my opinion. Will Muschamp is the one from LSU I could see possibly landing at Clemson as defensive coordinator and he would most likely bring Kirby Smart with him to coach the secondary.

Does the basketball team's struggles in Hawaii concern you?

Personally, even before Hawaii the ACC schedule scared me enough. This is still a very young team, who has earned some quality wins early in the year. Two losses in Hawaii does not mean this team is not headed in the right direction. Losing to Georgetown is not like losing to Yale or Wofford. This freshman class is just the building blocks of great things to come. As the season goes on, this team will win some they are not supposed to win, and vice versa.

Who could be the next commitment?

It is tough to say who will be the next commitment. I think out of all the prospects on the board, Antonio Clay appears to be the only one even close to making a decision. Clay has already taken all of his official visits, so I think he will be the next prospect on the board to make a decision. Clemson may not receive another commitment until the week of January 14th.

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