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Who\'s Hot?Leading the cast of likely suspects for coaching positions after the 2000 season are Clemson\'s Rich Rodriguez\'s and New Mexico State\'s Tony Samuels
© August 2000
When Clemson offensive coordinator Rich Rodriguez thinks about the right quarterback to run his offense, he can't help but compare him to a point guard. The ideal QB for Rodriguez's offense is someone who can distribute the ball, step back and hit the 3-point shot, but most importantly, is someone who's on the ball.
Rodriguez, the second-year offensive coordinator for the Tigers, is known throughout college football for his "On the Ball" offense, a no-huddle, two-minute drill-type system that has been his trademark since serving as head coach of Glenville State in the 1990s. As the coach of the Division II Pioneers from 1990-96, Rodriguez knew he wouldn't be blessed with the type of quick, strong and athletic Division I-A players he now has to work with at Clemson.
So the former West Virginia defensive back decided the ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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