Former Clemson wide receiver Frank Ladson, who entered the transfer portal in early December and had 31 receptions for 428 yards and six touchdowns with the Tigers, will stay in the ACC and become a part of the new-look Miami Hurricanes next season.
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- Former Clemson WR Ladson transfers to Miami
- Sources: Canes to hire Ducks' McClendon as OC
- Miami out of Sun Bowl due to COVID-19 issues
- Canes delay Sun Bowl arrival amid COVID issues
The Miami Hurricanes will hire Oregon Ducks wide receivers coach Bryan McClendon as co-offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach, according to sources.
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