Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney spoke after No. 2 Clemson’s last-second 43-42 loss to Pitt on Saturday in Death Valley. Swinney said, “It’s either a stumbling block or a stepping stone” after the Tigers suffered their first home loss since 2013.
Though Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney claimed Alabama is still the same ole Alabama earlier this week, the reality of it is, the Crimson Tide are not the same ole Alabama. Granted, the Tide, who will play (…)
When Dabo Swinney turns on the film to watch No. 4 Alabama, it reminds him of the old Batman television series … Same Bat time, same Bat channel. In other words, nothing has really changed about the Crimson (…)
When Alabama hammered Clemson in the Georgia Dome back in 2008, there was not a college football fan in Atlanta that night that would have ever thought the Tigers would compete with Alabama, much less beat (…)
Dabo Swinney had a little fun with Nick Saban at last week’s College Football Playoff Press Conference in Atlanta. Saban, whose Alabama Crimson Tide will play Swinney’s Clemson Tigers in the Sugar Bowl on (…)