WATCH: Kid supports Clemson at Minnesota's practice


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College Football practices are taking place around the country as the start of the season is only a few weeks away.

During Saturday's practice at Minnesota, a young boy wore a Clemson shirt to support the defending National Champions. However, head coach P.J. Fleck made him change his orange attire to a more appropriate white Gophers shirt.

It was all in good fun as Fleck said the following to the child.

"Dabo would be proud. I promise you," Fleck said.

The parents shared that the boy wore the Clemson shirt despite their warnings.


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