Swinney after son scored TD: "It was pretty special"


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No. 2 Clemson blasted Lousiville 77-16 on Saturday afternoon as ten different players scored touchdowns during the beatdown.

The last touchdown of the contest was from sophomore receiver Will Swinney who scored an impressive 8-yarder.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney spoke to ESPN about watching his son's first career touchdown.

"It was pretty special," he said. "We thought he had one last week but the call reversed it. Really proud of him. He's a grinder. I know momma Swinney gonna be happy tonight so I'm happy about that."

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