Clemson statement on Tiger Walk controversy


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Statement from Clemson Athletic Department Spokesman Tim Bourret:

"The Clemson Athletic Department apologizes to anyone in the Clemson family who was offended by people connected with a CMT program who walked among our football coaches and players during Tiger Walk prior to the Wofford game.

"While Coach (Dabo) Swinney knew the crew (which included former Clemson quarterback Tribble ReeseTribble Reese
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) was on campus, he did not give his approval for them to take part in Tiger Walk.

"Tiger Walk is a relatively new tradition, but one that we cherish. This will not happen again."


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