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Harbison Joins Malzahn's Staff

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Co-defensive coordinator Charlie Harbison is the latest hire to Coach Gus Malzahn's football staff

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First hire I seriously question.
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I'm sure it's Johnson that wanted to bring him in. They both coached together at State. Although if I remember correctly, Harbison was a WRs coach initially.

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Interesting listening to the local sports talk here in SC discuss this.  The station is basically Clemson radio and I expected them to take the "he wasn't any good, let them have him route".  Instead they were basically saying that Clemson's DBs are just bad, that Harbison sure didn't teach them to not look back for the ball or to let the receiver get past, to be out of position and miss assignments, etc..  Basically they were saying that there was no way that Harbison was coaching the players to do the terrible things they did...

I think given his overall coaching resume and his excellent recruiting I will defer to Ellis Johnson's judgement on this hire...
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View PostGvilleDave, on 10 December 2012 - 07:34 AM, said:

Interesting listening to the local sports talk here in SC discuss this.  The station is basically Clemson radio and I expected them to take the "he wasn't any good, let them have him route".  Instead they were basically saying that Clemson's DBs are just bad, that Harbison sure didn't teach them to not look back for the ball or to let the receiver get past, to be out of position and miss assignments, etc..  Basically they were saying that there was no way that Harbison was coaching the players to do the terrible things they did...

I think given his overall coaching resume and his excellent recruiting I will defer to Ellis Johnson's judgement on this hire...

Everyone underachieves at clemson....I wouldn't put much stock into that. Don't know much about him, but if he worked with Johnson before I'm guessing it will probably work out pretty good. At the end of his tenure here Coach Whammy coached our DB's and was technically listed as the DC, but Johnson was the main guy behind our defense. Could turn out good...I'm just interested to see if a defense on a team with that kind of offense can be good. oregon makes it work, but they seem to be the exception instead of the rule.



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