Former Vanderbilt head coach Robbie Caldwell will replace Brad Scott as offensive line coach at Clemson. Dabo Swinney made the announcement within hours of Scott announcing his retirement from coaching and transition to an administrative job within the athletic department.
Caldwell spent just one season as head coach for Vanderbilt after Bobby Johnson abruptly retired, but has 33 years experience in college coaching. He worked at Furman from 1978-85, NC State 1986-99, UNC 2000-01, and Vanderbilt from 2002-10. Caldwell served as offensive line coach for the Commodores from 2002-09 before becoming head coach in 2010. Caldwell is a Pageland, South Carolina native and 1977 graduate of Furman.