Swinney on how the game has changed

Swinney on how the game has changed


Swinney on how the game has changed


Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said he would love to have been able to play in today’s college football.

Swinney goes in-depth on how the game has changed since he came along and credits the high school coaches for making the adjustments to get the top athletes to play football.

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