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Football: Clarkson insists he doesn't support transferring

Steve Clarkson, the private quarterback coach based in the Southland, insists that he doesn't encourage his clients to transfer schools. 

"I'm still an advocate for staying at your home school," he said Friday.

Clarkson is in the spotlight because his latest high-profile student, Nick Montana, transferred from Concord De La Salle to Oaks Christian. He said Montana is his first client in some five years to switch schools.

The movement of players transferring will be one of the issues Clarkson discusses Tuesday during a radio appearance on KLAC (AM 570) at 2 p.m.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 
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throw46

Hey Steve:
What's it with teaming up with Eddy D.
Talk about conflict of interest.
It's good you don't support transfers....but really are you setting a good example anywhere?


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