Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers had a strong 2021 season, but it ended without an appearance in the ACC Championship Game, so it wasn’t up to the lofty standards of recent years.

Now, as the Tigers await their bowl destination, it seems Swinney could have to rebuild his coaching staff in a major way.

Longtime DC Brent Venables is reportedly the top choice to replace Lincoln Riley at Oklahoma. Meanwhile, longtime OC Tony Elliott is in the mix for both the Virginia and Duke head coaching vacancies, per ESPN’s Chris Low:

Adding to the potential upheaval at Clemson is the fact that AD Dan Radakovich could soon be leaving for the same job at Miami:

The Tigers are still a force to be reckoned with in college football, but these changes are all huge. Can Swinney and the Tigers regroup and make a Playoff push in 2022?