By: Michael Stouk
After working with the Clemson Tigers for eight consecutive seasons, 65-year old Dan Brooks said he wanted to retire while he was on the top. As we all know, the Tigers won the National Championship by scoring a touchdown with 1 second to spare.
In the 2016-17 season, Mr. Brooks was honored by receiving the Football Bowl Subdivision Assistant of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association.
In total, Mr. Brooks coached in football for 33 seasons, including Florida, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
We hope nothing but the best for Assistant Coach Brooks in his future endeavors, and may he enjoy his retirement in peace and happiness.