Terry using father's blueprint with success at Clemson
With a similar blueprint to his father's at Florida State, Tommy Bowden is building a national power of his own at Clemson, writes Kirk Herbstreit.
Updated: October 26, 2006, 7:30 PM ETBy Kirk Herbstreit | Special to ESPN.com
Tommy Bowden is developing a Tallahassee of the north at Clemson. With the way he has recruited, the athletic ability and the buzz around the program, Clemson is now what Florida State was 15 years ago. The Tigers are the real deal.
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Kirk Herbstreit has been an ESPN college football studio analyst since August 1996. Herbstreit, who joined ESPN in September 1995 as a college football sideline analyst for ESPN2, is also a game analyst for ESPN's Thursday night college football telecasts.
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