Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney has accomplished a lot of things in his football career.
He is one of only two coaches in the history of the poll era to win a national championship as a player and as a head coach. He has won several National Coach of the Year honors and his Clemson Football Program is considered one of the best in the country.
So what possibly more could he want?
How about catching a football thrown by Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre? Swinney explains how he checked that off the bucket list on Wednesday.
As Tony Elliott sits in the press box and looks down on the field as he calls plays, he just sits in amazement watching some of the plays he sees from freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Everyone knows (…)
On Thursday afternoon second-ranked Clemson held its third and final scrimmage of fall camp at Death Valley. The media spoke with head coach Dabo Swinney, along with co-offensive coordinator Tony Elliot (…)
Following last Saturday’s scrimmage, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney wished things were a little more balanced. The offense owned the day and that is not always a good thing for a head coach. However, on (…)
This time last year A.J. Terrell was an unknown freshman just trying to find a way he can help a team that was coming off a national championship. He knew getting into the starting lineup would be a (…)