Each week during the season the 17 Master Football Coaches committee awards an MCS Game Ball to the top offensive and defensive coordinator whose game plans made the biggest impact on their team's victory.
Spence guided the Tiger offense to 52 points in the 52-7
victory over North Carolina last Saturday, Clemson's largest victory
margin in history over the Tar Heels. The Tigers gained 324 yards
rushing, Clemson's high total in an ACC game in five years. Clemson
had 504 yards of total offense. For the year, Clemson leads the ACC
in total offense, rushing offense, third down conversion and first
Jim Heacock of Ohio State was the national defensive
coordinator of the week.
Spence Named Coordinator of the Week
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