Swinney: Charging students for tickets is decision for administrators


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Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney and his wife Kathleen were at the state house on Wednesday morning for the topic of Breast Cancer research and a reporter asked him a question in the hallway about charging $225 for lower deck tickets for future football games.

"I really don't know enough about it to have an opinion. It's above me. That is Dan Radakovich and the board that make those decisions," Swinney said.

Video Description: (courtesy: The State) Tigers coach says he has no opinion on charging students $225 for season tickets and that the decision is up to administrators.


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