Harbison Accepts Position at Auburn
Charlie Harbison, Clemson co-defensive coordinator and secondary coach with the Tigers the last four years, has accepted an assistant coaching position with the same titles at Auburn. Auburn made the announcement on Sunday. Harbison had been at Clemson under Head Coach Dabo Swinney since the 2008 Gator Bowl against Nebraska. Over the last four years he helped the Tigers to 36 victories and three ACC Atlantic Division championships. He also worked at Clemson as defensive secondary coach under Tommy West from 1995-97. He coached nine-time NFL Pro Bowl safety Brian Dawkins in his first year (1995).