TCITV: Dabo Practice Report

TCITV: Dabo Practice Report


TCITV: Dabo Practice Report


Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney met with the media following Monday morning’s practice.  After reviewing the film from Saturday’s scrimmage coach Swinney was pleased with the progress of the offense.

Coach Dabo Swinney said that Kyle Parker will not be available for Tuesday’s scrimmage. Kyle left right after practice to go home to Augusta to see if a deal can be reached with the Rockies before the midnight deadline.

Dabo said he looked forward to seeing how Tajh handles the opportunity to scrimmage with the first team.

The kicking situation is up in the air with one day left in camp.  Dabo said if he had to start someone today based off of their camp performance it would be Chandler Catanzaro, with Spencer Benton second and Richard Jackson third.

Watch coach Swinney discuss Monday’s practice, Tuesday’s scrimmage, the kickers and much more!



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