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Clemson coach took a pretty clear shot at Alabama following yet another departure from Nick Saban's staff

Clemson and Alabama have met in the playoffs for three straight seasons, and the two powers gave college football fans two classic games and one, well, not so classic game. 276 more words


Clemson just became a title contender again with latest news

Clemson got to the College Football Playoff semifinal behind a stout defense and the solid play of quarterback Kelly Bryant. With a lot of their defensive stars expected to leave for the NFL Draft, it was pretty exciting news when coach Dabo Swinney announced that four of his studs are coming back for their senior season. 117 more words


Swinney’s four ways to manage a roster

Prior to Wednesday night’s Bear Bryant Award Ceremony in Irving, Texas, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney and Georgia head coach Kirby Smart spoke about players making a jump to the NFL after their junior season and others who want to transfer out. 351 more words


The root to Clemson’s success on the football field

When he took over the Clemson football program as the interim head coach back in October of 2008, Dabo Swinney walked into his first team meeting with a carved wooden sign that said simply said, “Believe.” 468 more words


Like old times: Swinney, Spurrier take shots at each other

Dabo Swinney and Steve Spurrier are good for college football, especially when they poke fun at each other on the rubber chicken circuit like they did Wednesday night in at the Bear Bryant Coach of the Year Award Ceremony in Irving, Texas. 677 more words


3T - Clemson Football Coach Dabo Swinney

Sean, Rich, and Ted talked to Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney about the Tigers season, and all his former players playing for the Texans, including quarterback Deshaun Watson.

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What’s next for Swinney, Streeter is not an easy task

Clemson football is always about what’s next.

That is what Dabo Swinney and his program at Clemson has done as well as anyone in the last seven years. 450 more words