Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney held his Tuesday press conference where he discussed the loss to Florida State, Wake Forest, the state of the program and much more.
Dabo remains confident the program is heading in the right direction.
“We are in year two of trying to build this program the way we want to do it. We won our division last year and that wasn’t easy. I am telling you right now that we will look back on this season and see we went through some growing pains. We will look back on this season and it will be just a scar. I don’t need five or six years or anything like that. I just need a little patience. Everyone needs to back off the cliff and take their fingers off the panic button. Be supportive and not destructive. Let me do my job and we will be all right.”
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