Clemson grad transfer finds new home where he can make “instant impact” Jim Rogash/Getty Images
CHESTNUT HILL, MA - OCTOBER 07: Tyshon Dye #22 of the Clemson Tigers celebrates his touchdown with Deon Cain #8 in second half against the Boston College Eagles at Alumni Stadium on October 7, 2016 in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Clemson already knew it was losing running back Tyshon Dye to a graduate transfer and it looks like he won’t be headed to an ACC rival after all. Dye came away impressed with Miami after his first visit, but it looks like he will be staying somewhere closer to where he attended undergrad.

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Dye finished with 16 game appearances, five touchdowns and 351 rushing yards in his three years at Clemson. He had the unfortunate luck of playing behind the ultimate workhorse in Wayne Gallman, but should be able to break out at ECU where he should get the nod to start from day one.

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