It’s no secret that a change needed to be made with the Clemson offense.
A look at the final scores from last year would lead many to believe the Tigers were one of the better offenses in football,
but turnovers and a lack of consistency eventually caught up with the team at the end of the year.
Enter Garrett Riley. The 33-year-old offensive coordinator spent last season guiding TCU’s offense to a College Football Playoff ,
win over Michigan and an appearance in the College Football Playoff National Championship,
while also seeing his quarterback Max Duggan head to New York as a Heisman Finalist.
Now, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has tasked Riley with revitalizing a Clemson offense that has gone stagnant over the past couple of seasons.
The biggest factor in that turnaround will be the play of sophomore quarterback Cade Klubnik.
Following Clemson’s third spring practice, Riley sat down with reporters to discuss the development of his signal-caller and how he’s picking up the new offense.