Let the Coaching Carousel begin. Reports began surfacing Thursday night that Clemson's offensive coordinator and target of many a job rumor Chad Morris may have a head coaching gig lined up.
The job: At SMU.
Yes, the same SMU that is 0-10 with little chance of winning a game this season.
USA Today Sports says Morris, a former Texas High School coach would replace June Jones who left on his own after two games this season.
USA Today says SMU has no deal in place with anyone, but it sounds an awful lot like one is being negotiated.
It should be noted Morris is also the highest paid assistant in College Football making over $1.3 million a year.
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If indeed Morris is the man in Mustang land, it lends more credence--and fuel to the rumors that his current boss, Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney may be the man at the University of Florida.
Which would create all kinds of chaos as the December college coaching carousel begins to swirl in full motion...