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Topic: National recognition for play
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National recognition for play

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Posted: Dec 3, 2019 12:46 PM
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Ultimately, it is not so much Dabo defending his accomplishments, as it is defending the unrewarded accomplishments of his players by national media because of the "Clemson is weak" agenda. Etienne, Trevor, and others missing national awards made him stand up for his players!

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Agreed. When Etienne was not a finalist for the Doak

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Posted: Dec 3, 2019 12:59 PM
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Walker award, it became really personal for Dabo. An argument can be made for naming Etienne among the greatest RBs in the history of college football. It's absurd to average more than 8 yards per carry over a season, much less a 3-year career. He's put his team on his back several times (like Syracuse last year when Chase Brice deservedly got a lot of the credit), and he has broken the will of many teams who were trying to hold on before ETN would break off a 50 yd+ TD.

For him to miss out on being a finalist for any RB award is completely stupid.

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ETN getting snubbed sparked all of this

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Posted: Dec 3, 2019 1:13 PM
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and Dabo is 100% right. if there's an award for the best back in the country, and he ain't even invited, what's the point of the award?

it's a joke. i'd like to see 9 get 12 more TDs before he hoists the hardware.


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