WATCH: David Saville goes to Super Bowl LIII


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Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney surprised equipment manager David Saville at a recent practice with two tickets to Super Bowl LIII.

David and his brother Brandon made the trip to Mercedes Benz Stadium on Sunday to watch the New England Patriots' 13-3 title win against the Los Angeles Rams.

"Dabo Swinney gave me two Super Bowl tickets," Saville said in an interview to WSPA's Todd Summers. "I like it."


Saville celebrating with his brother and other fans:


Saville also got to meet the Griffin brothers (Shaquem and Shaquill) and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.


Swinney told Saville about the tickets in the following video:

"You do so much for this team," Swinney said. "The joy you bring every day, the perspective, how hard you work. You are one of the hardest workers we got around here. We all love ya so we got a special gift. I don't know if you are interested, I know you are busy but the NFL has presented you with two Super Bowl tickets to the Super Bowl this year."



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