Two-Minute Drill: Swinney more concerned about COVID's impact if no football

Two-Minute Drill: Swinney more concerned about COVID's impact if no football

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Two-Minute Drill: Swinney more concerned about COVID's impact if no football

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Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney does not agree with those wanting to cancel college football this year.

In this edition of the Two-Minute Drill Swinney discusses Monday’s practice and tells why he is more concerned about his players getting COVID-19 if there is no football in 2020.

 

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