WATCH: Swinney celebrates a catch at ESPN


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Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is in Bristol, Conn. to promote Clemson across ESPN's various programming shows throughout the day on Monday.

Check out Swinney catching a football and spinning the rock in the following video.


Video Description: Clemson coach Dabo Swinney answers a couple of questions and then runs a play with his son Will.

Here is a picture of Dabo Swinney talking to ESPN anchors on SportsCenter.


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