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Friday Flakes: Which School Could Be The Next Clemson?

You might be surprised who Tony Dungy believes could be the next Clemson.

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When asking who could be the next Clemson I think we are asking which school which is now kind of an after-thought could be trending towards being a Top 5 program?

Without thinking much about it one of the schools that pops into my mind right now is North Carolina with...yes...that guy.

Who does Tony Dungy think could be the next Clemson?

My initial thought is that PJ Fleck likely leaves before Minnesota becomes a power right? Maybe I am wrong.

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