ESPN: FSU, Clemson poised to remain atop ACC


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According to Heather Dinich of ESPN, Clemson and FSU are now in position to distance themselves from the rest of the ACC because of top-notch hires and elite recruiting.

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moves on. The Tigers also have what seems like an inevitable departure of offensive coordinator Chad Morris, a hot commodity in coaching searches who has made it no secret he would like to be a head coach someday.

Like every program in the country, these two will face their share of transition periods, but what will continue to separate them is their ability to recruit. Clemson and Florida State are both bringing more elite athletes than the rest of the conference (and some of their Atlantic Division opponents combined). If either FSU or Clemson is going to trip up down the road, it’s going to be because their opponent played smarter, more disciplined football -- strategies you can expect from the likes of veterans Jim Grobe and Steve Addazio.

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