Dabo Swinney On National Title: It's Special for Clemson Nation

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DA S:
It's hard not to like Dabo, congrats to Clemson, that was a great game.
Kevin Hall:
God doesn't care about a football game
Mondoe Ray Moore:
Salute to Clemson, hats off to Alabama!
dtrix10kc:
Dabo, class act dude. Congratulations to the Clemson Nation on your National Championship from this old VT Hokie fan.
soundiva22:
They better enjoy it and milk it for all it's worth because they won't be repeating with revenge-minded Florida State and Alabama gunning for them.

And I can't wait...
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    Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is no doubt the heartbeat of the Clemson program. His energy and faith were instrumental in helping the Tigers defeat the Crimson Tide in the College Football National Championship Game, 35-31. Post-game Dabo addressed his admiration of quarterback Deshaun Watson, while describing Clemson's championship as "surreal". Coach also described how he cannot wait to celebrate with "Clemson Nation", check it out right here!

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