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Dabo Swinney doesn’t see the Clemson football program as the defending national champions. Why? Because he wants to concentrate on winning another one.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney could very well have been kicking off a gubernatorial or presidential campaign with the speech he gave in front assembled lawmakers Tuesday afternoon.
Clemson scored early, scored late and Tyler Jackson held Wofford at bay in between as the No. 12 Tigers defeated Wofford 9-2 Tuesday afternoon at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney was back in Baptist preacher mode Tuesday afternoon when he spoke at the South Carolina Statehouse in Columbia. At one point, his speech to the gathered lawmakers elicited applause and a loud amen from the crowd. (Photo by Jared Rogers-Martin)
Most of the buzz surrounding the quarterback competition headed into Clemson’s spring practice centers on redshirt freshman Zerrick Cooper and true freshman Hunter Johnson. But it wouldn’t be wise to overlook rising junior Kelly Bryant.
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|2017 FOOTBALL COMMITS (14)|
|Tee Higgins||WR||6-4/175||Oak Ridge, TN|
|Justin Foster||LB||6-4/247||Shelby, NC|
|Blake Vinson||OT||6-5/285||Citra, FL|
|Noah DeHond||OT||6-7/325||Hightstown, NJ|
|Chase Brice||QB||6-3/195||Loganville, GA|
|LeAnthony Williams||CB||6-0/175||Roswell, GA|
|Jordan Williams||DE||6-5/260||Virginia Beach, VA|
|Amari Rodgers||WR||5-10/195||Knoxville, TN|
|Hunter Johnson||QB||6-3/205||Brownsburg, IN|
|A.J. Terrell||CB||6-2/180||Atlanta, GA|
|Matt Bockhorst||OG||6-5/300||Cincinnati, OH|
|Travis Etienne||RB||5-11/210||Jennings, LA|
|Baylon Spector||OLB||6-2/205||Calhoun, GA|
|Logan Rudolph||LB/DE||6-3/230||Rock Hill, SC|
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