Tiger Safety Applies For Fifth Season

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Clemson safety Tavaughn Monts has applied for a fifth year of eligibility. Monts, a Jacksonville, FL native, is attempting to come back and help the Clemson program next season. The safety has been listed as a senior and a junior at different times in the last year because of a special case. In 2002 he played a couple of snaps against Georgia in the season opener. He did not play the rest of the season but it was unclear if he had been given a medical red-shirt season. Therefore, Monts has now applied for the extra year of eligibility. Sources told us they feel good about his case. “Becky Bowman is on his side,” said one source. “The AD, Coach Bowden and the administration think it is a decent shot he can regain the year. We feel pretty good about this one.”

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