WATCH: Swinney after Saturday's Bowl Practice


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Dabo Swinney talked after Saturday's bowl practice how the Clemson offense will get to get a head start on 2015 with these extra bowl practices.

“It’s a really good opportunity for our offensive guys just to get a trial run in what’s coming next year. It’s a good experience. When we do line up that first game next year, we’ve been there, done that. We’re going to be a lot further ahead this spring than we would have been if we had not gotten things in place for the bowl season. It’s been fun working with Street, sitting in with the quarterbacks. He’s done a nice job. For him, he’s going to be further along, so when we go through our cut-ups, it’ll all mean a lot more than if he was just getting there. That’s going to allow us to speed up the process this spring.”

Swinney also talked about his conversations with Dan Radakovich and possible raises for the members of the football staff.

"I’ve already worked through all that stuff,” Swinney said. “That’s something I do every year. I sit down with Dan post-season, give him a season review on where I am, what I think and things we need to discuss moving forward to continue to get better. It’s something I do every year. He and I already met a couple times. All of our guys, those are things that will be taken care of, as far as finalizing things when we get back. Staff’s done a great job this year, no question.”

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