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Couple more depth chart notes

Posted by cuorange on August 25, 2009

Purple Square HeismanYesterday I opined in this space about having a former walk-on tight end who has been practicing at tackle for about oh 5 minutes listed as the number two left tackle and how this meant the end of the world for Clemson.

However, Paul Strelow of The State (August 23rd post) says that even though Phillip Price is listed as second team, Cory Lambert would actually move to left tackle if Hairston were to be injured and Landon Walker would play right tackle.

Which then begs the question:  Why list Price as the 2nd team left tackle if he is not in fact the second team left tackle.  Perhaps this means Price will be second team in blowouts and other non-critical situations, but Lambert would be there if needed?  Feel better now?  Not exactly.

All of this is fine, but it still means one thing:  The Tigers depth at tackle consist of three (3) players, and two of them are struggling.


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