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Yeargin talks about his experience at the Statehouse

COLUMBIA — Clemson defensive end Richard Yeargin knew when he signed with Clemson a few years back that he and his teammates would have a day like they did on Tuesday when the joint general assembly honored the 2016 College Football National Champions at the Statehouse.

Yeargin joined his teammates Hunter Renfrow and Milan Richard at the special presentation, as well as head coach Dabo Swinney.

Watch Yeargin speak to the media on Tuesday on TCITV:

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