Clemson Head Coach Tommy Bowden on Rob Spence's decision to remain at Clemson a Offensive coordinator:
"I am very pleased that Rob Spence announced today that he is staying at Clemson as our offensive coordinator. It is a compliment to Rob that many outstanding programs have shown an interest in him over the last three seasons (at Clemson). It is also a compliment to Clemson that he wants to remain with the program. We have the program headed in the right direction on many fronts and he wants to be a part of it.
"Rob has done an outstanding job with our offense over the last three years. We have ranked first or second in most offensive areas during that time and he has done it with three different starting quarterbacks."
Bowden on Spence's Announcement
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