Because until the Swinney children have graduated, we are going to continue to play daddy ball. Never mind if some more talented, just as hard working kid is not playing deserved minutes so that son 1 or son 2 can play
I’m pretty sure you don’t know how hard they work. And also there’s zero need to put starters on the kickoff blocking unit just to get hurt on a play that results in a touchback. Dabo recognized what they were doing, benched his kid and took advantage of the situation. Hard to ask for anything more than that.
I can tell you this. The Swinney boys have never, to my knowledge, mishandled a snap on a field goal or extra point attempt. That is an awesome accomplishment. They've earned their right to be on the field. Low blow on your part.
I’d bet it has something to do with he performs very well at that position. That is not typically a spot that returns kicks, but he fielded all of them cleanly. Typically if the kick is returned his role would be to throw a block.
Let's accept your premise, that Wake Forest saw Swinney in there and identified it as a weakness. If that's the case, why did they not identify Williams was in there instead, and kick it away from him?
My point is, I don't think the facts support your premise. I would say it's more likely that Wake Forest was just using the pop up kick to lessen the chance of a return, which is a common tactic for teams to employ. The fact that they kicked it to one of the most dangerous receivers indicates that they weren't doing it based on the personal at that position.