After serving two years as a graduate assistant coach with the Clemson football team, Brandon Streeter is moving on.
Streeter was announced as the new quarterbacks coach at Liberty University Saturday.
The former Clemson quarterback has spent the past two years breaking down game film for the Tigers' offensive units.
Streeter was a three-year letterwinner at Clemson (1997-99), including the starting quarterback during his junior and senior season. He broke or tied 11 Clemson records during his career as he threw for 3,506 yards and 17 touchdowns, while ranking seventh in school history in passing yardage and fifth in completion percentage.
Streeter to Liberty
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