NCAA: Can the Clemson Tigers Repeat in 2019?
The Clemson Tigers have been one of the best programs in the last few years. Other than the Auburn Tigers they seemed to be the only team that can beat the Alabama Crimson Tide. They have beat the Crimson Tide when it matters for the National Championship. The question is can they come back and do it again in 2019. When a team wins you will draw the top players in high school football. With the help of great coaching a team that is built like the Tigers can repeat.
Let’s start with their coaching. Dabo Swinney is one of the best coaches in all of college football. Clemson would not have signed him to a 10-year 92-million-dollar deal. That is the highest paid contract in all of college football. He has earned every cent of that contract. The Tigers have appeared in the last three national championships.
The Tigers like all big programs lose many players to the NFL. Clemson has one of the top recruiting classes. So, the next man up mentality works. If Swinney continues to win, he and the Tigers should have problem reloading. His upperclassmen can help the young guys. This will help with the culture.
Culture is very important. If a player can just play football he will be relaxed. The players will also want to put everything out there for their team and coach. The, of course, will lead to more wins. This will put the Tigers in position to play for the national championship.
The Tigers also play in the ACC. I am not saying that the conference is weak or anything. They have dominated the ACC. Teams like the Florida State Seminoles and Miami Hurricanes haven’t found their past prime yet. The team that might give them a run is the Syracuse Orangeman. Let see how it plays out but I won’t be surprised in the Tigers aren’t playing for another National Championship this year.
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