Chad Morris Gets Clemson Extension, Meaning No Ohio State

Ohio St. Buckeyes target Chad Morris picked up a contract extension from the Clemson Tigers Sunday, sending Urban Meyer elsewhere in his search for a new Buckeyes offensive coordinator. And please, someone, help him find an OC, so he doesn't have to run the entire offense himself.

"I am excited about the future of this program," Morris said in a statement. "We have outstanding young players on this offense this year and I know we have some outstanding student-athletes who will be joining the program next year. We have a bright future and we feel we will continue to be one of the most explosive offenses in the nation."

Morris will turn to the task of prepping Clemson for its Orange Bowl against West Virginia.

For more Ohio State, head to Buckeyes blog Along The Olentangy and Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire. For more college football news, stay tuned to SB Nation, and here's our 2011 Coaching Carousel Tracker.

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