April 7, 2003 The PooP
Rick Barnes was a good coach with the kind of name recognition necessary to succeed at a place such as Clemson, which has very little history (ACC titles, Final Fours, NBA players, etc.) to sell to fans and prospective recruits. Larry Shyatt was a decent coach with very little name recognition, which made his job even more difficult. Oliver…
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