WATCH: Swinney calls the setup at Miami "Bush League"

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Clemson coach Dabo Swinney had his weekly press conference on Tuesday morning and answered several questions including one on his public halftime speech to his team on the field at Miami.

Swinney also shared his views on how opposing teams have to inexplicably share the same tunnel to get to the locker room at Sun Life Stadium.

"No. I hate that stuff," Swinney said about the taping of his halftime speech to the team. "Anything you do now-a -days they throw a camera around and, first of all, its a terrible setup down there. Its bush league. They shouldn't have two teams going out the same place. You got bickering and all this stuff going on and the distraction before the game. I wasn't out there. I addressed that early. You got all this stuff in the game, and now we got to all run in the same (tunnel). Its just not smart. My thing was that we were going to stay right here until they get off the field. I just didn't like some of the chippiness that I saw from our guys. I don't care what they do. That's not my responsibility. My responsibility is not to coach Miami. My responsibility is Clemson."

ICYMI Video of Swinney's halftime speech on the field at Miami.

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