When Bryant did not come out for practice after meetings on Tuesday, marking the second consecutive day that Bryant missed practice, Swinney was afraid that something was wrong.
Swinney sent someone to contact Bryant’s family and make sure he was OK and learned that Bryant had left to go home.
When Swinney walked off the practice field Tuesday night and checked his phone he had a message from Bryant.
“He just sent me a nice text just saying ‘I’m sorry,’ but this is what he was going to do and he appreciated his opportunity and proud of his degree and all that but this was his decision,” Swinney said. “So that’s it. I told him, ‘You’ve got until 10:50 a.m. tomorrow because I’m on the clock at 10:50 a.m. I’m going to have to confirm it one way or the other (on the ACC teleconference).’ So that’s how it went.”
Thanks for posting the link. There are so many on here that deal in half=truths and here-say. After reading they still won't believe what Dabo said. Dabo has taken the high road through this and always will.
Re: If true that K.B. texted Dabo his decision to transfer
Sep 28, 2018, 7:38 AM
I roll my eyes every time I read that these are 22 year old kids who are making life changing decisions and they ought to be given space or the benefit of the doubt. I call BS, at 22 many of us were married with families, jobs that we had to go to whether we felt like it or not. Or in some cases we were away from our families, stuck in some GOD forsaken foreign place, doing things that would make these so called "warriors" on the field sick to their stomach's.
At 22, one should know the difference between want and need, how to handle things the right way and or how not to handle things. One of my favorite authors had a quote years ago that I still use today when talking to kids in our education system "never let passion rule reason", always look at the bigger picture before deciding to speak, hit the send button, tweet, post or whatever. Dr. Bob Jones said it best when he said "never sacrifice the permanent on the altar of the immediate!" I'm afraid that is what Kelly has done. I wish him the best, hope he has a great life, but he is the one losing here not CLEMSON!
My last post, comment, or thought on this matter. Time to get back to CLEMSON FOOTBALL!