Heading into this season, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney was the one coach in the ACC facing the most pressure. He was coming off the program's first losing season since 1998, and had lost to rival South Carolina. Again.
Now? Now Swinney is looking like the ACC's Coach of the Year, while two of his Atlantic Division colleagues are looking for help.
It's a game of musical chairs in the ACC, and there are two new coaches trying to stay off the hot seat: NC State's Tom O'Brien and Boston College coach Frank Spaziani, who are currently a combined 3-7 with no wins against FBS opponents and trail in the Atlantic Division standings.
O'Brien, in his fifth season at NC State, is 27-28 heading into Saturday's game against Central Michigan, and during
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