Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney met with the media following Wednesday’s practice.
It’s the last time Swinney and the Tigers will talk to the media prior to Saturday’s ACC Atlantic Division showdown with NC State in Death Valley.
Swinney talked about the importance of this week’s game and what it means in the Atlantic Division race. He also updated the injury status of several players and if they will be available for Saturday’s game. Plus there is much, much more.
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