Clemson reportedly set to rent TCU’s Garrett Riley as offensive coordinator

Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers are making a giant splash on the offensive aspect of the soccer.

The Tigers have parted methods with offensive coordinator Brandon Streeter and are set to rent TCU’s Garrett Riley to be the crew’s new OC, in line with ESPN.

Riley, who’s the youthful brother of USC head coach Lincoln Riley, received the 2022 Broyles Award because the nation’s high assistant coach after serving to lead the Horned Frogs to a spot within the Faculty Soccer Playoff Nationwide Championship.

Below Riley’s steerage, TCU’s offense averaged 38.8 factors per sport throughout the 2022 season, which ranked first within the Large 12 and ninth amongst all FBS groups.

Earlier than arriving at TCU, Riley spent two seasons at SMU from 2020-21, serving because the offensive coordinator for a unit that ranked within the high 15 in each scoring and complete offense each years he was there. He replaces Streeter, who had been with Clemson’s employees since 2015 however served only one season because the crew’s offensive coordinator.

Riley will oversee a Clemson offense that ranked third within the ACC in scoring in 2022 (34.7 PPG) and fifth in yards per sport (410.3).

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