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New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:06 PM
 

 
Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"

It didn't take Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney but a few seconds Wednesday evening to deny rumors that said he might interested in the vacant head coaching job at Florida. Full Story »



Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:11 PM
 

sure other teams are interested...wink wink

i will summarize Dabo's comments

"you guys are going to have to chase me out of town...nobody will ever come knockin and I love this paycheck"

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Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:11 PM
 

Your an idiot too


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Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:11 AM
 

You, absolutely, are right!!!

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What does he know? The insiders are on top of this!


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:15 PM
 

They know the truth

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Re: He should. One of the few schools that you can coach at

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:16 PM
 

and continuously lose to year arch rival and not be worried about your job. I am not saying he should be fired. I am just at the point that if he wants to go elsewhere "then good riddance." I hope he takes Drad with him.


Re: He should. One of the few schools that you can coach at

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:43 PM
 

A supporter you are NOT. I just feel that you have to be a tv fan, IF a fan?,
or a coot!!! I feel you will not be coming to the game, for you may wake up to
find 4 flat tires...you deserve it for your attitude toward Clemson...enough said!!!

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Re: As the old drunk said, "son, I have let more run off my

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:52 PM
 

chin then you will ever put in your gut."


Re: As the old drunk said, "son, I have let more run off my***

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 9:42 PM
 





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you are a good example...

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:50 PM
 

Of what results from listening to old drunks...

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Re: He has lost five straight to SC. Look it up. When will

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 11:37 PM
 

he be held accountable by you people?


Re: As the old drunk said, "son, I have let more run off my

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 11:57 PM
 

Now that sounded like you're all for same sex marriage.

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Re: As the old drunk said, "son, I have let more run off my

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Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:15 AM
 

My thoughts too. Only his hair dresser knows for sure.

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Re: As the old drunk said, "son, I have let more run off my


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:06 AM
 

peanut how's the coot's doing this year?


Re: YEAR arch rival???

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:08 PM
 

YEAR = your?
I think we smell feathers.
d@mn auto-correct, right?

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Re: He should. One of the few schools that you can coach at

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 9:50 PM
 

I've listen to your negative posts for a long time and just ignored them but this might be your most foolish one yet. You really can't be a Clemson fan, not with all the trolling you do. The whole act is getting very old. nm


Re: He should. One of the few schools that you can coach at


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:16 AM
 

Yep! You seem to be all over it.

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Re: He should. One of the few schools that you can coach at

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:10 PM
 

Your an idiot


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Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:17 AM
 

Yep! There is a village somewhere missing theirs. We may have found him.

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I am glad that Dabo loves Clemson so much.

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 11:17 PM
 

The only school he would leave for would be Alabama, and I'm not even 100% sure he would leave for that job. He is committed to Clemson. And commitment like that is rare and REFRESHING in our disposable society. LOVE DABO!!!!

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Re: I am glad that Dabo loves Clemson so much.


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 12:18 AM
 

I don't think that Dabo would leave Clemson for Bama.

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Re: I am glad that Dabo loves Clemson so much.


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:16 AM
 

I don't think Bama would want him until he proves something.


Re: I am glad that Dabo loves Clemson so much.


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:21 AM
 

Me too! Florida would love to be able to get him, though. He would be evermore better than what they have had.

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The reason everyone puts up with him losing to the coots


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 1:26 AM
 

Is because hes won an acc championship and bcs bowl along with beating LSU during his tenure...Take away those 3 victories and the entire mood of the fanbase would be different reguarding him


Re: The reason everyone puts up with him losing to the coots


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:27 AM
 

And Ohio State, and ugay, and on and on and on, and yes, even the coots in his interim year. His winning percentage is pretty good, and he has done it while graduating all his players except the ones who left early for the NFL (several of whom have come back and earned their diplomas anyway). And, he has done it without the benefit of an administration who will let anybody who can play the game in and who will put up with all manner of crap from players who have the judgement of convicts and break rules and laws over and over and over. Want me to go on? I didn't think so. Look at the positive and not at the couple of negative issues, how about it, or go on back over to fgf.

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Hey look this dumb b@stards back just before the coot game.

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Posted: Nov 20, 2014 1:46 AM
 

What a surprise. Please take your entitled delusional #### back to the rock from whence you came. After we beat the helll out of them in 2 weeks what's your argument going to be? Who will you ##### about then? A lot of people are going have to reevaluate their lives after losing to clemson and having the only coach to ever take them past mediocrity leaves with the program back to where it started. I think I'll enjoy some popcorn and a coke for that meltdown.

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Re: He should. One of the few schools that you can coach at

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Posted: Nov 20, 2014 8:49 AM
 

Peanut,
Are you still unemployed and living with Mom? Try McDonald's near Five Points.


Re: He should. One of the few schools that you can coach at


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:29 AM
 

Thanks! He needed to hear that!

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Re: He should. One of the few schools that you can coach at


Posted: Nov 21, 2014 11:55 AM
 

Peanut, how appropriate for a name. It must be the an indication of the size of your brain. You are an idiot!


Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:16 PM
 

The more I read his conversations with the media, the more concerned I am that he won't make the wise decision and let Schuessler play most of day Saturday.


Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 9:03 PM
 

Cole has a great week of practice every week and is Offensive MVP of every game he played except last week (only b/c his INT weren't returned for TDs in previous games). Why wouldn't he start?


Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:17 AM
 

and everybody gets a throphy in the special olympics too, whats your point?


Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:13 AM
 

Boy that's a great post! How long did it take you come up that


Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 3:20 PM
 

Maybe you should check your sarcasm detection meter....


Was that media member Will Vandervort or Robert McCrae?***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:18 PM
 



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well.. that confirm's it...

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:19 PM
 

Dabo is definitely gone

"I've been working since I was 15 continually until now. I worked 40 hours a week at 15, when it wasn't even legal for 15 year olds to work that many hours."


We're not that lucky***


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Re: We're not that lucky***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:14 AM
 

Yeah you are right about that. The coots couldn't get that lucky


I don't think Dabo is going anywhere, BUT

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:30 PM
 

He sure rambled a long time when all he had to say was "No, I'm not going to Florida. Period. "

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Re: I don't think Dabo is going anywhere, BUT


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 9:05 PM
 

Now me and you both no that Dabo isn't short winded about anything. He's gonna make his time in front of the cameras count. He ain't going no where, why would he


How do you no that.***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:12 PM
 



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Re: How do you no that.***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:19 PM
 

Florida is not offering Dabo their head coaching job. Maybe one day if he achieves what he is talking about at Clemson he will get other top shelf offers but he's not there yet.


Re: I don't think Dabo is going anywhere, BUT


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:34 AM
 

I don't think he goes anywhere, other than maybe AL, but I'd bet that he certainly won't be leaving until he beats the coots. He is on a mission with that one. You can bet on it.

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Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:38 PM
 

He had more words to say "no" than we had in offense last week. Okay - I jest - maybe more words than touchdowns in the last 4 games. Dabo is a good man - I wouldn't want him to go.


Bowden was "a good man" also.***


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Re: Bowden was "a good man" also.***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:36 AM
 

He also beat the coots very regularly, but I certainly wouldn't want him back, and neither would most Clemson fans on here.

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Just pointing out that the "good man" excuse is a constant.***


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Re: Just pointing out that the "good man" excuse is a constant.***

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Posted: Nov 21, 2014 6:10 AM
 

Good "men" attract good players - that's the only point in that comment. I want to see more good wins versus ugly ones for sure. Bad players can tarnish a school's reputation very quickly.


Re: Just pointing out that the "good man" excuse is a constant.***


Posted: Nov 21, 2014 10:44 AM
 

Yep, and Dabo does a pretty good job of selecting the right kids, and helping those who stray and are willing to correct their mistakes. He doesn't mind sending them on their way when they don't, and they don't get 8-10 chances, either.

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Re: Just pointing out that the "good man" excuse is a constant.***


Posted: Nov 21, 2014 10:43 AM
 

Well, it is at Clemson. I wouldn't say that for some places. Their are some who have real jerks for coaches. You don't have to look far to find them, either.

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Lol. TCI now insinuating Dabo is lying.

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:42 PM
 

Maintaining that Dabo is in fact intrigued.


Don't want Dabo to go BUT. . .


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:49 PM
 

Charlie Pell said he wasn't going anywhere while at the same time he was boarding the plane to Gainesville to accept the head coaching job. Nothing is ever surprising anymore.


Re: Don't want Dabo to go BUT. . .


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 7:59 PM
 

If he talks to them I say cut him loose. I am not concerned. We will be just fine.


If Dabo goes we can promote Chad.


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:03 PM
 

and no we don't want to promote a defensive coordinator all you former mushcamp fans.

Chad, when he is allowed to do things his way can get the most out of an offense. That is, when he can pick who plays QB and coach them up during the game and not have them get yelled after making a bad play.


Re: If Dabo goes we can promote Chad.


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 7:49 AM
 

> and no we don't want to promote a defensive
> coordinator all you former mushcamp fans.
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> Chad, when he is allowed to do things his way can get
> the most out of an offense. That is, when he can pick
> who plays QB and coach them up during the game and
> not have them get yelled after making a bad play.

That would be the worst mistake we would ever make. Morris is no where ready to be a head coach. Chad is allowed to do the offense his way and besides his problem is he only has about 4 plays everything else is window dressing. Morris does not coach up his QB's. At least BV coaches up his LB's whereas Morris is not a very good QB coach. If during the game his gameplan is not working, he acts like he his lost, does not know how to make adjustments. Then he will call some stupid pass play when the running game is doing the job, ie the Usuck game last year. Very impatient when something is working, and he decides it is time to throw the ball down field for 50 plus yards.

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just like we were the ~20 yrs before Dabo***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:26 PM
 



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If CU fires him for talking to UF it will cost Clemson $21M!***


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Re: If CU fires him for talking to UF it will cost Clemson $21M!***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:46 PM
 

Great point. DRad with that stupid contract. Did we not learn our lesson. We fans can make his life miserable for doing it. Maybe force him and DRad out.

This is most likely all BS as Florida will not hire him. The fact that he would show interest would tork me off as a fan though and he would lose my support.


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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:56 PM
 

Let me see Dabo's resume over 6 years:

No less than 2 loses per year. Loses to FSU and SC year in and year out. One conference championship and no NC. A losing season. Over a 4 year span this would have gotten him fired or on the hot seat at UF.

I think we are safe and if he is smart he knows how good he has it.


What earth do you live on? Force Dabo and D-rad out?


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 1:14 AM
 

Who the furk would you put in their place? WTF? Hunh? Dang!

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Believe we heard that "we will be just fine" for 20+ years.


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:14 PM
 

How did that work out?

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Geez, coaches these days!***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:25 PM
 



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Re: Don't want Dabo to go BUT. . .


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:16 AM
 

Huge difference between Charlie Pell and Dabo. No comparison at all. I do get your point, though.

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But kept his options open by negotiating a LOPSIDED buyout!!

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:00 PM
 

If Dabo loves Clemson so much, then he should have shown good faith by negotiating a buyout that's equivalent for both parties. Instead he negotiated a buyout that lets him leave anytime a big school comes calling, but doesn't reasonably let Clemson fire him. D-Rad should have been fired for negotiating such an outrageous and outrageously lopsided buyout.
http://www.tigernet.com/story/football/Further-details-Swinneys-deal-12411

Buyout if the university terminates without cause:
2014: $24 million
2015: $20.7 million
2016: $17.2 million
2017: $10.3 million
2018: $7.7 million
2019: $4 million
2020: $2 million

Buyout if Swinney leaves:
2014: $5 million
2015: $5 million
2016: $5 million
2017: $3 million
2018: $2.5 million
2019: $1 million
2020: $500,000


What other coaches refuse money so his assistants can be

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 10:20 PM
 

paid better? What other coaches ask for smaller buyouts? Just what I thought.

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That's PR. Why did he negotiate such a LOPSIDED buyout?

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Posted: Nov 20, 2014 3:10 AM
 

If Dabo was so concerned about his assistants' pay, he could have just made their pay raises part of the negotiation, and that agreement could have been executed concurrently in a side-agreement. The silliness about him paying his assistants out of his own salary is PR spin for the masses who have never negotiated a big contract, so that they think, "Gosh, Dabo cares."

But he doesn't care enough about staying at Clemson that he was willing to negotiate an equivalent buyout for BOTH parties. It's reasonable to negotiate a buyout, but it's not reasonable to negotiate a completely lopsided buyout whereby he preserves the ability to leave (by paying a small buyout) anytime a big-time school comes calling, but Clemson can't afford to fire the coach (because of the massive buyout).

If he loves Clemson so much why didn't he negotiate an equal buyout instead of preserving his ability to escape?


Re: What other coaches refuse money so his assistants can be


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:21 AM
 

Crickets??? I hear no responses.

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Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:01 PM
 

If he somehow plays this into getting a contract extension and more money, then we're (Clemson) the biggest idiots in the world.

It's kind of like Bowden hitting the jackpot with the rumored interest from Arkansas. TDP upped his contract/payout and then ended up "letting him walk away" a couple of years later (and we paid him to walk away).

In my humble opinion, if he loses to South Carolina this year, then his contract should not be extended and there should be no pay raises.

Florida doesn't want him...they can do much better.

MT


No! CU paid TB a few MONTHS (not yrs) after granting buyout.

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:25 PM
 

TDP should have been fired for such incompetence. By the time TDP granted Bowden a $5M buyout, the newspapers and ESPN had already reported that Arkansas' BOT already said Bowden wasn't under consideration because it would have been "a lateral move" for Arkansas. Tommy deceitfully used his Arkansas AD buddy to bluff TDP out of $4.5M. But he's a good Christian man (as the pumpers here used to say). They thought he was the greatest coach Clemson could possibly have up until 10 seconds after Dabo replaced him-- at which time Dabo suddenly became the best coach that Clemson could possibly have.


Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:31 PM
 

Really!

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Have learned to accept the November drama coming from dabo


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:06 PM
 

Can't win out can we. So let the drama flow.


No big-time football school will hire Dabo at this point.

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:12 PM
 

I think most ADs look at Dabo and see a guy who:

* Coached in the weakest P5 conference for SIX YEARS but has only been able to win it ONCE— and only then because FSU was missing 4 starters (including their QB, 2WRs and a DB) when playing in DV. (How’s he gonna win titles in a tougher conference?)

* Couldn’t beat FSU this year even though their Heisman QB was suspended.

* Has been dominated by an in-state rival who has comparable player-talent, but a superior HC.

* Is a good recruiter but whose recruiting skills may not translate outside of the region.

* Isn’t an expert on either side of the ball and lives & dies by his coordinators (going 6-7 in the weak ACC with his previous coordinator choices despite having a team laden with future NFLers).

* Wouldn't be able to bring Venables & Morris with him to a new school.

* After 6 years, still makes stupid playing-time and game-time decisions.

* Loses more than his share to teams with comparable or lesser talent, while rarely (LSU & OSU) upsetting teams with equivalent or better talent.

* Has a great gig with low expectations.

If you're an AD at a big-time football school, you couldn't sell that resume to your fans and boosters, even if you wanted to.

I remember how most Clemson fans thought Bowden was a good coach who we needed to protect with a HUGE buyout. But Bowden is STILL unemployed despite saying that he wanted to coach again. Dabo is marginally better than Bowden. So I don’t see Dabo making the cut at any big-time schools-- and the small-time schools can't make Dabo a better offer. He’s ours unless he starts winning the ACC and beating his rivals (SCAR & FSU) a LOT more regularly.


Re: No big-time football school will hire Dabo at this point.

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:17 PM
 

Spot on...all great (and truthful) points it pains me to say.

MT


Re: No big-time football school will hire Dabo at this point.

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:18 PM
 

There is a strong coaching heritage over the 118 years of Clemson football that dates to the early 1900s, when John Heisman led the program. Jess Neely and Frank Howard continued the winning and joined Heisman in the College Football Hall of Fame. Danny Ford, a finalist for the Hall of Fame last year, led Clemson to the 1981 National Championship.

Dabo Swinney has been at Clemson for just six years as head coach, but he is making progress towards joining the Tiger legends of the past. He will be the first person to tell you that the program has not reached all of its goals just yet, but there have been some significant accomplishments.

The last two years were especially noteworthy, with two top-10 final rankings in the USA Today poll, a first for the program since the 1987,88 seasons. Each team won 11 games, the first time the program won 11 games in consecutive seasons.

From 2011-13, Clemson had a 32-8 record, the most wins in a three-year period in school history. Clemson is one of just eight schools to total 10+ wins each of the last three seasons. Twenty-one of the victories took place against ACC teams, including a 38-10 triumph over No. 3 Virginia Tech that gave the Tigers the 2011 ACC title.

Eight of the 32 wins the last three years came against top-25 teams, including five against top-10 opponents. The program became the first non-SEC program to defeat top-10 SEC teams in consecutive games in the history of college football.

Clemson was in the top 10 of APR scores and the final top 25 of the AP and USA Today polls in 2011, 2012 and 2013, the only FBS program that can make that claim.

In six years (five full seasons) as the Tigers’ head coach, Swinney has directed Clemson to a 51-23 overall record (.689) and a 33-12 ACC regular-season mark (.733). He has also led the Tigers to the ACC Championship game twice, won one ACC Championship, won or shared three ACC Atlantic Division titles and has been named national coach-of-the-year.

Clemson recorded double-digit wins for the third year in a row in 2013, as the Tigers capped off the season with a thrilling 40-35 victory over No. 6 Ohio State in the Orange Bowl. Clemson had an 11-2 record after finishing 7-1 in ACC regular-season games for the second year in a row. It marked Clemson’s first back-to-back 11-win seasons in school history. The Tigers had a 4-0 record in ACC road games, the first time that happened since 1995.

The Tigers were No. 12 in the final BCS standings. It was the third straight year Clemson finished in the top 15 of the BCS standings, one of only six schools that could make that claim. Clemson, who was ranked No. 7 in the final USA Today poll and No. 8 in the final AP poll, was also one of only five programs ranked in the top 20 of every BCS standing from 2011 to 2013.

For the fourth time in his first five full seasons as head coach at Clemson, Swinney was a finalist for the Liberty Mutual National Coach-of-the-Year Award in 2013. Swinney was also one of 16 semifinalists for national coach-of-the-year by the Maxwell Football Club Collegiate Coach-of-the-Year Award for the second year in a row.

The Clemson offense continued to put up record-setting numbers in 2013, as it averaged 40.2 points and 507.7 yards per game. The Tiger defense also finished in the top 25 in the nation in scoring defense, total defense and turnovers forced. Clemson joined Florida State as the only schools in the nation to finish in the top 25 in the nation in scoring offense, scoring defense, total offense and total defense.

Tajh Boyd broke almost every Clemson career record for quarterbacks thanks in part to his 2013 season, where he completed 68.5 percent of his passes for 3,851 yards and 34 touchdowns. He also added a team-high 10 rushing touchdowns. Boyd’s 107 career passing touchdowns and 133 total touchdowns were ACC records as well.

Sammy Watkins was a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award and was a first-team All-America selection, as he had 101 receptions for 1,464 yards and 12 touchdowns. He established Tiger career records for receptions, receiving yards and tied the receiving touchdowns mark as well.

Along with Boyd’s selection as a Second-Team All-ACC pick, offensive tackle Brandon Thomas, offensive guard Tyler Shatley, running back Roderick McDowell and placekicker Chandler Catanzaro were also named to the All-ACC squad on offense.

Defensive end Vic Beasley, who led the ACC in sacks (13) and added 23 tackles for loss, was a Consensus All-America selection. Defensive back Bashaud Breeland along with linebackers Stephone Anthony and Spencer Shuey also earned All-ACC honors on defense.

The 2012 season (11-2) was a groundbreaking year for Swinney’s Tigers when looking at the overall consistency of the program.

The seven conference wins in the regular season set a school record. Clemson was co-champion of the ACC Atlantic Division and has won or shared the division crown three of the last five years. The school record for consecutive home wins (13) was also established, as was the record for consecutive wins by 14+ points (7).

With Clemson’s thrilling 25-24 win over No. 7 Louisiana State in the 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl, the Tigers finished the season ranked No. 9 in the USA Today poll. It was Clemson’s first top-10 finish in one of the two major polls since 1990. Clemson also reached the 11-win mark for the first time since its 1981 National Championship season. The Tigers finished No. 14 in the final BCS standings as well.

The 2012 campaign featured a record-setting offense. Clemson had six of the 11 offensive players on the All-ACC first team chosen by the media and set over 80 Tiger team and individual records.

Leading the way was Boyd, the ACC Player-of-the-Year. The quarterback joined center Dalton Freeman as first-team All-Americans according to AFCA, just the third time since 1945 that the AFCA first-team All-America quarterback and center were from the same school.

Boyd’s favorite wide receiver, DeAndre Hopkins, had 18 receiving touchdowns, second-most in the nation, and was a second-team All-American. He was a big reason Clemson scored a school-record 533 points.

Swinney was a finalist for the 2012 Liberty Mutual National Coach-of-the-Year Award for the third time. He was also one of 16 semifinalists for national coach-of-the-year by the Maxwell Football Club Collegiate Coach-of-the-Year Award.

Swinney’s 2011 squad, which ended the season ranked No. 22 in the nation, captured Clemson’s first ACC title since 1991 when it beat No. 3 Virginia Tech 38-10 in the ACC Championship game in Charlotte, N.C. It tied for the highest-ranked team the Tigers defeated in history. The win, the Tigers’ second over the Hokies in 2011, gave Clemson its first 10-win season since 1990. The Tigers’ four wins over top-25 ranked teams established a school record. Swinney has 10 top-25 wins in his head-coaching career, including six victories over top-10 teams.

The Tigers jumped out to an 8-0 record and a No. 6 national ranking after being unranked in the preseason. Games 3-5 marked a tough stretch, as Clemson hosted No. 19 Auburn, who entered with a national-best 17-game winning streak, and No. 11 Florida State along with a road game at No. 10 Virginia Tech. The Tigers were victorious in all three contests by scores of 38-24, 35-30 and 23-3, respectively, marking the first time in history that an ACC team won three consecutive games over top-25 ranked (AP) teams. Clemson also held Virginia Tech without a touchdown for the first time in a game at Blacksburg since 1995.

For his efforts, Swinney was named Bobby Dodd National Coach-of-the-Year in 2011 to become the first Tiger head coach to win a national coach-of-the-year award since 1981, when Danny Ford directed Clemson to the national title.

Swinney, who was also one of five finalists for the Eddie Robinson National Coach-of-the-Year Award, one of 10 finalists for the Bear Bryant National Coach-of-the-Year Award, one of 10 finalists for the Liberty Mutual Coach-of-the-Year Award and received the Regional AFCA Coach-of-the-Year Award in 2011, led the Tigers to their first Orange Bowl berth since 1981 with the help of five First-Team All-ACC players.

Dwayne Allen (TE), Boyd (QB), Andre Branch (DE), Freeman (C) and Watkins (WR) all earned first-team honors, while Andre Ellington (RB), Catanzaro (PK) and Brandon Thompson (DT) earned second-team honors. Watkins was also Second-Team All-ACC as a specialist.

Allen received the John Mackey Award as the nation’s top tight end and totaled 50 receptions for 598 yards and eight touchdowns. Boyd set the school record for total yards (4,046), passing yards (3,828) and passing touchdowns (33), all marks he eclipsed in subsequent seasons. Branch, a finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award, had an ACC-best 17 tackles for loss and an ACC-high 10.5 sacks, including tying school-records for tackles for loss (6) and sacks (4) in Clemson’s win at No. 10 Virginia Tech. Freeman was a finalist for the Rimington Trophy as well.

Watkins was one of the most dynamic freshmen in the nation. The ACC Rookie-of-the-Year totaled 82 receptions for 1,219 yards and 12 touchdowns along with a 25.0-yard average and one touchdown on kickoff returns despite missing one game due to injury. Watkins teamed up with Ellington to give Clemson a 1,000-yard receiver and 1,000-yard rusher, as Ellington had 1,178 rushing yards and 11 rushing touchdowns. Watkins was also an AP First-Team All-American, just the fourth in college football history as a first-year freshman.

Swinney became just the second Tiger coach to lead Clemson’s program into a bowl game in his first two full years as head coach, joining his predecessor, Bowden. The 2010 schedule was one of the most challenging in school history, as nine bowl teams were on the regular-season slate and two of the four non-conference opponents were ranked in the top 25 when they played the Tigers, just the second time in 21 years the Tigers faced two top-25 non-conference opponents in the regular season.

The 2010 season included wins over bowl teams Georgia Tech, Maryland and NC State. NC State was ranked No. 23 in the nation and was leading the ACC in scoring. But the defense held NC State and Russell Wilson to just one touchdown and 13 points. The team excelled defensively in 2010 and was 13th in the nation in scoring defense and in the top 25 in both total defense and passing defense.

C.J. Spiller was a unanimous first-team All-American in 2009 and Da’Quan Bowers duplicated the feat on the defense a year later. Bowers won the 2010 Bronko Nagurski Award as the nation’s top defensive player and he received the Ted Hendricks Award as the country’s top defensive end. He was also a finalist for the Bednarik Award and Lombardi Award. He led the nation in sacks (15.5) and tied for the national lead in tackles for loss (26).

Bowers was one of four First-Team All-ACC players in 2010, as he joined Jarvis Jenkins (DT) and DeAndre McDaniel (S) on defense and Chris Hairston (OT) on offense. Clemson and Maryland tied for the most First-Team All-ACC selections.

In 2009, Swinney’s first full year as head coach, he led the Tigers to their first championship of the ACC’s Atlantic Division. The Tigers came just six points short of winning their first ACC title in 18 years. Swinney was named ACC Coach-of-the-Year by Sporting News and was a finalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach-of-the-Year Award.

Swinney accumulated nine wins, second-most among FBS coaches in their first full year behind Oregon’s Chip Kelly. The nine wins tied for fourth-most in ACC history for a first-year head coach. He also led the Tigers to their first bowl win since 2005 in the 21-13 victory over Kentucky in the Music City Bowl.

The Tigers reached the nine-win mark playing a schedule that included four games against top-15 opponents, just the second year in school history (1999 was the other) that Clemson played four games against teams ranked in the top 15 of the AP poll. The Tigers’ three FBS non-conference opponents had a combined record of 29-10 in 2009. Clemson gave Rose Bowl-bound TCU one of its stiffest tests in a 14-10 Horned Frog victory on Sept. 26.

Swinney’s first season included a six-game winning streak at midseason, a streak that saw the Tigers score 34+ points in every contest, a first in school history. During that stretch, the Tigers defeated No. 8 Miami (Fla.) on the road. The 40-37 overtime victory tied for the highest-ranked team Clemson has defeated on the road in history.

That was the second of six straight wins, the longest winning streak for the Clemson program in four years. The streak also included a 40-24 win over Florida State and Bobby Bowden, the Hall of Fame coach who is first in victories in FBS history. The winning streak brought Clemson to a No. 15 national ranking in the AP poll after the ACC Atlantic Division clinching victory over Virginia on Nov. 21.

The Tigers had success on offense, defense and special teams during the 2009 season. They were 28th in the nation and third in the ACC in scoring offense (31.1), while the defense was 20th in total defense (314.3) and seventh in pass defense (162.8). Clemson tied for fifth in the country in interceptions (21) as well.

Clemson added a school-record six kick returns for touchdowns in 2009, four on kickoff returns and two on punt returns.

The main reason Clemson was so outstanding on special teams was the play of college football’s most dynamic player (Spiller) in 2009. The Tiger running back was named MVP of the ACC in 2009 and was a Consensus All-American. He had five kick returns for touchdowns during the 2009 season, an all-time Clemson record, and established the NCAA record for kickoff returns for touchdowns in a career with seven. He was also the only FBS player to score at least one touchdown in every game in 2009.

Overall, the Tigers held down three positions on the All-ACC First-Team and five spots on the second team. Only Virginia Tech had more representatives.

In October 2008, he was named Clemson interim head coach, replacing Tommy Bowden, who had been his position coach as a player at Alabama and was Clemson’s head coach since 1999. He led the Tigers to a 4-2 record over the remainder of the 2008 regular season, including a win over South Carolina in the regular-season finale. That strong finish led to a Gator Bowl bid against Nebraska.

On Dec. 1, 2008, the interim tag was removed from the title and he was named the program’s head coach. At the time, there had been 28 interim head coaches at the FBS level since 1970 and those coaches had combined for a record of 26-86-2. Only one of those 28 interim coaches posted a winning record, and that was Swinney. When he was hired as the head coach, Swinney became just the second interim coach to be elevated to the head coach position at the same school during that time period.

Swinney hit the ground running in his first week as interim head coach, as he prepared for a 5-1 Georgia Tech team. He had to reorganize his staff and regroup his team and Clemson Nation in just five days. While the Tigers lost by four points, he accomplished many goals in that first week through his outstanding leadership. One of the most impressive demonstrations of unity came during the team’s “Tiger Walk.”

Prior to the game against the Yellow Jackets, Swinney decided to have his team depart buses outside the Lot 5 parking lot near the WestZone at Memorial Stadium and experience the gameday atmosphere. Dressed in jackets and ties, the team was embraced by thousands of Tiger fans who stood 10 deep for the 200-yard march to the stadium. It was the centerpiece of his “All In” theme during his first week as head coach. It is a tradition that has continued.

In his second week as head coach, an off-week, he invited the Clemson student body to a practice, and nearly 1,000 students showed up. He spoke to the group and actually allowed some students to participate during practice, as they were selected to attempt a field goal, punt against a live rush and field a punt. He also took the entire team to the Greenville Children’s Hospital for a visit with young men and women fighting cancer.

He has continued his community involvement through his foundation. His foundation made the first contribution to the cancer fund established for former Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich. Many schools followed his lead the remainder of the season.

The Liberty Mutual Coach-of-the-Year Award evaluates coaching performances in terms of coaching excellence, sportsmanship, integrity, academic excellence and community commitment. It is easy to see why Swinney was a national finalist for that award in his first full season as head coach in 2009, and again in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

The 1993 Alabama graduate joined the Clemson staff prior to the 2003 season. In his first 11 years as an assistant or head coach, the Tigers have finished in the top 25 of the polls seven times and have totaled 19 wins over top-25 teams, including victories over Florida State (5), Auburn (2), Miami (Fla.) (2), Virginia Tech (2), Georgia (1), Louisiana State (1), Ohio State (1) and Tennessee (1), during his tenure in Tigertown. That includes 10 top-25 wins as a head coach.

Swinney coached his wide receiver position to a level of consistency that had not been seen previously at Clemson. He had a wideout finish first or second in the ACC in catches in five of his six years as an assistant coach. In his first year, he had three of the top-10 receivers in the ACC, a first in Tiger history. He has coached a First or Second-Team All-ACC wideout (Derrick Hamilton, Airese Currie, Chansi Stuckey, Aaron Kelly, Jacoby Ford, Watkins, Hopkins) in 10 of his 11 seasons in Tigertown, also an unprecedented feat at Clemson.

In 2004 and 2005, he coached the ACC reception champion (Currie (2004), Stuckey (2005)). It was the first time Clemson had two different players lead the ACC in receptions in consecutive years. In 2007, Kelly led the ACC in yards, giving Swinney an ACC receiving king three out of four years. Stuckey earned First-Team All-ACC honors in back-to-back years, a first for a Tiger wide receiver in 25 years.

The play of Swinney’s wide receivers was a big reason Clemson led the ACC in total offense, rushing offense and scoring offense during the 2006 season, just the second time an ACC team led the conference in all three categories during the previous 25 seasons. The Tigers also led the league and set school records for yards per play (6.5) and touchdowns (55).

In 2007, Swinney coached Kelly, a First-Team All-ACC selection who led the league in receiving yards per game and touchdown catches (11). He also finished second in receptions per game with 88 catches.

The Alabama native has a reputation as one of the top recruiters in the nation. In 2006, he was listed as the No. 5 recruiter in the nation by Rivals.com. It marked the second straight year that he was lauded by the website as a top-25 national recruiter. He signed 38 players in his five recruiting seasons as an assistant coach and was a major reason Clemson’s 2008 recruiting class was rated No. 2 in the nation by ESPN.com when he signed 11 players. He was named one of the top-25 recruiters in the nation by Rivals.com in 2007 as well.

When Swinney accepted the interim head coaching position on Oct. 13, 2008, he described his feelings as “bittersweet,” because he was taking over for Bowden, who had been his first position coach at Alabama in 1989. He had also brought Swinney back to the coaching profession in 2003 and has had a profound effect on his life. Both had followed similar paths as players, as Bowden was a walk-on at West Virginia and Swinney was a walk-on at Alabama.

Swinney received a commerce & business administration degree from Alabama in 1993 after lettering three times (1990-92). A walk-on who went on to earn a scholarship, Swinney was a wide receiver on Alabama’s 1992 National Championship team. He was also named Academic All-SEC along with being an SEC Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll member in 1990 and 1992.

Along with his appearance in the 1993 Sugar Bowl, his Alabama teams played in the 1990 Sugar Bowl, 1991 Fiesta Bowl and 1991 Blockbuster Bowl. Both Sugar Bowl appearances came after winning the SEC Championship game.

After his playing career, Swinney served as a graduate assistant from 1993-95 at Alabama, where he coached in the 1994 Gator Bowl and 1995 Citrus Bowl. In December 1995, he received a master’s degree in business administration from Alabama.

He became a full-time assistant coach at Alabama in February 1996 under Head Coach Gene Stallings (now in the Hall of Fame) and coached a total of five seasons there on a full-time basis. Swinney was assigned to coach the Crimson Tide’s wide receivers and tight ends in 1996, a season that saw Alabama win the SEC Western Division title and make an Outback Bowl appearance. The following year, he solely coached the tight ends under Head Coach Mike DuBose.

In 1998, he coached Alabama’s wide receivers, a position he held for three seasons. At the end of the 1999 campaign, Swinney coached the Crimson Tide in the 2000 Orange Bowl after winning the SEC Championship game. Wide receiver Freddie Milons was the game MVP.

During his time at Alabama, Swinney was a part of six teams with 10+ wins, five top-10 finishes, one national title (1992), three SEC Championships (1989,92,99) and five SEC Western Division titles (1992,93,94,96,99) as a player and coach.

As an assistant coach, he had 20 former players either drafted or sign free-agent contracts with NFL teams. The list includes Hamilton, Currie, Kevin Youngblood, Stuckey and Milons, an All-American at Alabama.

From April 2001 through February 2003, Swinney was in private business in Alabama. He married the former Kathleen Bassett in 1994. They have three sons, Will (16), Drew (14) and Clay (11).

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Re: No big-time football school will hire Dabo at this point.


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:23 PM
 

um...yep. what he said. wow.
I would hire the man today.

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Re: No big-time football school will hire Dabo at this point.

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:23 PM
 

Wow Dabo that was a great post about how great you are.

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TLDR. Somebody give me a 1-hour synopsis.***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:28 PM
 




Maybe a 1-second lobotomy.... Carhart-style. (#:~{>***

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Re: Maybe a 1-second lobotomy.... Carhart-style. (#:~{>***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:34 AM
 

Been there and done that.

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More than 140 characters too much for you?***

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With all his success, his highest salary was $25,000 a year. The president of the university, Dr. R. F. Poole, feared that professors who earned less would be upset. "He called me up and said that he didn't want me to tell anybody what I made," Howard once said. "I said: 'Doc, you don't have to worry. I'm as ashamed as you are of what you pay me.' " - Frank Howard Obituary, New York Times, 01/27/1996


No, but 140 pages is.***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 3:11 AM
 




is this plagiarized? it looks plagiarized.***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 9:13 PM
 



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Photobucket is holding my sig pic hostage. Screw them.


Re: is this plagiarized? it looks plagiarized.***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 12:59 AM
 

http://www.clemsontigers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=205529394


Re: No big-time football school will hire Dabo at this point.


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:29 AM
 

Razzamataz isn't going to like this. Great job! He tends to look most for the crap and not the pony.

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I disagree with your statement in the 39th paragraph.***


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Re: No big-time football school will hire Dabo at this point.


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:29 PM
 

You got to much time on your hands.

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He copied and pasted it from the athletics website***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:40 PM
 




Read plagiarized PR propaganda from the AD? No thanks.***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 3:23 AM
 




Re: Read plagiarized PR propaganda from the AD? No thanks.***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:32 AM
 

Still, it all is true.

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Propaganda usually is truthful cherry-picked PR spin.***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:56 AM
 




Re: Propaganda usually is truthful cherry-picked PR spin.***


Posted: Nov 21, 2014 10:47 AM
 

Touche'!

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& Dabo is 2-7 v OOC Final AP Poll, 5-7 v SEC. UF-bound? No!


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:47 PM
 

"Dabo: You're 5-7 vs the SEC and you've gotten your butt whupped by SCar 5-straight. So we want you to come coach at the University of Florida."


Gene Chizik says "HELLO!'

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:59 PM
 

;)

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Re: Gene Chizik says "HELLO!'


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:31 AM
 

And Urban Meyer and Les Miles, etc.

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Meyer 2-for-2 on MWC title. UF didn't hire exNFL coach Miles***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 11:20 AM
 




Honestly, this is one of the silliest posts I have ever seen

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 11:37 PM
 

Only our fans (Clemson fans) think this much of our football program. Other places, Florida for example, would look and say, "Wow, he took Clemson, a mediocre program for the last two decades, on an upward projector that has won 10 or more games 3 years running." Sorry, but that is what we were in 2008, MEDIOCRE! Dabo has managed to recruit and build the program to at least have some National relevance, something we haven't had since the 1980's (which is pretty much the only time the program was ever seriously relevant on a National level). Places like Florida, FSU, Oklahoma would be more likely to wonder what Dabo could do with all the resources those schools have. But, that's ok, you can continue with your DELUSIONAL thoughts and ideas of how elite our program has been for so many decades, and how we are so much better than Dabo...Whatever..


"You're 5-7 vs SEC, 1-5 vs SCAR, & 2-4 vs FSU. Come to UF!"***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 2:43 AM
 




You need to find another team to support

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Posted: Nov 20, 2014 8:34 AM
 

If you are this worked up about Dabo staff and 100% committed to never accepting him or giving him any credit for what he's accomplished, why even bother.


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You'll have to find a logical counterpoint.


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 11:08 AM
 

I just pointed out the obvious reasons why UF won't hire Dabo.

That doesn't mean I'm "worked up" and "100% committed to never accepting him or giving him credit". It means that I follow college football and that I'm able to form logical opinions. You responding with psychoanalytical insults indicates that you have no logical counterpoints.


should Dabo depart, Venables for head coach.***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:27 PM
 




Re: should Dabo depart, Venables for head coach.***


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:32 PM
 

Last year it was Morris for head coach. Ban wagon fan at its best!

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Re: Great season?***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 8:33 AM
 

We could be 5-5 or worse. We could have been embarrassed by FSU again. We could be the coots. Maybe not GREAT right this minute but if we can stomp the chickens it will be. IMO


Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:46 PM
 

IF HE LOSES TO THE COOTS AGAIN THIS YEAR, HE MAY BE GIFT WRAPPED AND SENT TO FLORIDA WITH ALL EXPENSES AND BUYOUTS PAID IN FULL!


one florida wouldnt go after him..

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Posted: Nov 19, 2014 8:57 PM
 

two he would e stupid to leave here for florida..at florida he will have pressure to actually win the conference and national titles.here not so much


Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 19, 2014 11:51 PM
 

I have my own suspicions of what was causing Cole to play so absolutely terrible Saturday. But that is just one of those things like many others that I've just left to my personal thoughts over the past years. Somethings are best left alone whether its good or bad. But Saturday was the worst any of us has ever saw from Cole all the way back to his very first time ever on the field in a game....

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Honestly, TCI is just embarrassing themselves even giving


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:14 AM
 

this "story" any play at all. They're the source of the rumors as far as I can tell, and no one else is giving them any serious thought. I wonder how long it will be before TCI is considered the FITSNews equivalent for Clemson.

Now, if Chad Morris or Brent Venables had their name on the short list, that I could believe. One or both of their names will be on nearly every short list in the country come December.


no risk high reward - if they are wrong nobody will remember


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 11:25 AM
 

If they somehow in some alternate universe end up being right, they will ride that scoop for years

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Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:19 AM
 

What an evermore stupid thing to say. Do you follow Clemson at all? Wow!

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Re: New Story: Swinney on Florida rumors: "I love Clemson and I love my job"


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 9:50 AM
 

After reading the financial amounts on either side of Dabo's contract, he would come out the winner if he left. The school that hired him, as most schools do, would pay the buyout just to get him. I don't think he is.going anywhere til his contract runs out. He has put Clemson on the map, and I personally want.him to stay. He.runs a.clean program with one of the highest grad rates in College Football. He is very active in the community, plus his wife said at one, this the last move. Kids are very active in school and wife and kids love the area. On the other hand, if he needs help rolling the Chad can to the curb, I bet there would be a long.line to help him !!


Do you honestly think UF wants Dabo? A guy who knows less

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Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:07 AM
 

about football X's and O's than my 80 yr old grandma??

This is silly. If UF wants him, they can have him. PLEASE take him.

But Dabo wouldnt go, he's got it made right here in creampuff ACC. He can clown around and win 7-8 games against the creampuff schedules he gets here. At UF he'd be exposed as a serious fraud that he is.


They would not take him for free & he'd never survive!*****


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 10:10 AM
 




Same Kool-Aid crowd who thought Bowden was in high demand.***


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 11:33 AM
 




Re: He's afraid of "slurrier" and sc


Posted: Nov 20, 2014 12:37 PM
 

No way he leaves for Florida. He would stll have to play the "chickens" and face the old drunk. If he can't beat them this year the there is a serious major problem.


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