Boulware posts heartfelt goodbye to Clemson nation


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Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware posted a heartfelt message to all Clemson fans after finishing his career with a national title and winning defensive player of the game with six tackles and a pass deflection.

"After 4 years man, my times up," Boulware tweeted. "It's time for some of these younger boys to take the reins of this program and build a dynasty, but I can wholeheartedly say that I have y'all everything I had. From the day I moved onto campus in the Summer of 2013 to my last snap last night, I emptied the tank. I wore that Paw with pride and exhausted every opportunity I had on that field. I told y'all on January 12th and August 1st of last year that we would be back, and I'm a man of my word. We promised a National Championship and we delivered. It might've took 35 long years to bring that trophy back to its rightful owner but its back home, with Little Ole Clemson, Clemson Nation, we did it. 2016 National Champions."

Boulware finished his collegiate career as one of the most beloved Clemson linebackers in school history. Good luck to him as he tries to pursue his childhood dream of playing in the NFL.


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