Tommy Bowden will
remain at Clemson
Despite earlier reports for a
trip to Arkansas, Tommy Bowden will remain Clemson coach.
reports sent Clemson coach Tommy Bowden to Arkansas, but today
Bowden announced he has signed an extension to his contract and
will stay with the Tigers. At this time all that it's known is
that the new contract will run until 2012, but further details
about Bowden's extension have not been released yet. Tommy
Bowden said in a statement that he is very pleased with the new
extension and looks forward to coaching the Clemson Tigers in
the future. Reports earlier this week claimed that Tommy Bowden
was offered more than $2 million by Arkansas.
Bowden, who has never had a losing
season at Clemson and is a two-time ACC Coach of the Year, will
lead the Tigers (9-3) against Auburn in the Chick-fil-A Bowl
(Peach Bowl) on December 31st.