December 2005
Sporting News;12/23/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 51, p37
The article presents news related to football in the United States. Clemson athletic director Terry Don Phillips admitted he heard some rumblings about his football coach earlier this year after the Tigers began the season with three losses in five games. A young defensive line that took the brunt of criticism early on got better as the season progressed. Redshirt freshmen DTs Matt Kroul and Mitch King played so well in the second half of the season that opponents began double-teaming them.


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