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The spread offenses that are sweeping college (not to mention high school and the NFL) football actually started in Bay City, TX, with former Bay City head coach – and current Clemson offensive coordinator, Chad Morris.  The A&M alum, parlayed his offensive genius from Bay City, to Stephenville, to Lake Travis, to Tulsa, to Clemson, and finally to the Inside College Football podcast on SportsRadio610.com with Brien Straw and Nate Griffin.  Morris discusses the offenses effectiveness, as well as the potential NFL quarterbacks running the offense so successfully.

Also, included in this week’s podcast, Jadeveon Clowney’s injured ribs, Pat Dye vs. Condaleezza Rice, and why it’s okay for Stanford coach to say he doesn’t cheat, even when we all know his guys injuries – which helped to slow Washington’s offense, were more beneficial than harmful to the Cardinal in their win over the Huskies. We also preview this weekends key match-ups like Oregon – Washington, LSU – Florida, Georgia – Mizzou, and A&M – Ole Miss.

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