Cade Stewart discusses his beautiful mullet


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Steward rockin' the beautiful mullet
Steward rockin' the beautiful mullet

Clemson offensive lineman Cade Stewart spoke to the media on Monday about his start against Texas A&M and the elephant in the room, his beautiful flowing mullet.

"I catch a lot of crap for it, I really do but I've embraced it," Stewart smiled. "Originally I was coming out of high school, my uncle died in a car wreck and my dad and all his brothers had mullets. Well, when I get out of the house and able to have my own hairdo, I'm going to grow a mullet and then I shaved it off. Now I am growing it just for fun and see how many people can say your goofy. I don't know...kinda enjoy the mullet now."

Steward shared during the interview that his teammate John Simpson likes to pull his mullet while Lyn-J Dixon tells people that his name is Hank.

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