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Topic: We play football in the ACC and not SEC, so recruiting..
Replies: 2   Last Post: Jul 15, 2020 12:32 PM by: FORESTTIGER
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We play football in the ACC and not SEC, so recruiting..


Posted: Jul 15, 2020 10:52 AM
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by Clemson is still not respected like other programs... So it doesn't matter as much what other boards say politically and socially. They are out for us!! Can't ya'll see that? they hate Dabo(maybe his Christian witness), and hate that we've taken down the big boys. So, we have to be more careful about how we handle social issues. Come on- the fanbases in the SEC are no different in social and political views than on here.... but ESPN and others are ok with SEC and Big 10 teams winning and recruiting well,,, but Clemson?

They will use on twitter and news and social media-whatever they can to hurt us. and with some of the pulses of some of the posters- there is plenty of fuel ya'll!! Don't you see that? It is not fair, I agree... the Pearman stuff, Dabo's shirt, his response being rejected... not fair... while other coaches do all kinds of trash responses... just saying...

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Posted: Jul 15, 2020 10:57 AM
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If you look at what has gone on near Ohio State in the last month and you had a Clemson and OH St offers you'd pick Clemson if personal safety was in your evaluation at all. This doesnt even address their ongoing record of one scandal after another in the school and athletic department at Oh St

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Posted: Jul 15, 2020 12:32 PM
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What happens on the field is the only thing that really matters. As long as Coach S. And his staff have a clean program it doesn’t matter what the others say. Jealousy is a terrible fault and some who we know has mastered that art!
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