Ford says Clemson coaches are the "most positive people I’ve ever met"

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was the guest speaker for the Edisto Clemson Club Thursday night in St. Matthews and was very entertaining as always.

Ford congratulated the Clemson football staff on a great job on the season, but he did have one small critique according to the Times and Democrat.

“Coach (Dabo) Swinney and his guys have a done a tremendous job,” Ford said. “They get better each day. I just wish one day they’d at least get a headache and everything wouldn’t be so positive. They the danged most positive people I’ve ever met, and I don’t like that. I like to get mad and have something to gripe about.”

Ford was also asked a question by the audience on what play he would have called on the goal-line in the Super Bowl. See his answer below.

Thanks to Bubba Britton of the Clemson Alumni Association for the video.

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