Former Alabama QB reportedly will join Clemson's staff


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Zow is reportedly headed to Tiger Town (Credit: Scott Halleran - Allsport)
Zow is reportedly headed to Tiger Town (Credit: Scott Halleran - Allsport)

More Alabama ties are headed to Clemson.

Sylacauga High School head football coach Andrew Zow announced his intent to accept a Player Development position with Clemson.

According to a Sylacauga high school press release on Monday, a formal announcement of Zow's hire regarding Clemson is coming soon.

Zow has been a high school head coach in Alabama, including stops at Sylacauga, Calera, and Montevallo. During that time, he has an overall coaching record of 44-53 and reached the playoffs five times.

Before coaching, he was a former Alabama quarterback who played for the Crimson Tide from 1998-2001 and completed 459 of 852 passes for 5,983 yards with 35 touchdowns.

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney was the wide receiver coach at Alabama from 1998-2000.

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