How Dabo Swinney made Clemson a national powerhouse

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Brandon Christopher:
I hope college football dies
Kids should have their own minor league and get paid
MRTTMT:
Dabo recruited CJ Spiller. Bowden actually told him to stop wasting time and money on it.
McGrady Productions:
Tommy Bowden didn't pull CJ Spiller, Dabo directly recruited CJ and had a very close relationship during CJ's high school senior year.
ndgo:
Bowden was the 3rd worst coach in clemson history. He never recruited a single player. He never beat a decent South Carolina team. And he wasted the greatest running back in the history of the ACC
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    The Clemson Tigers have become one of the top programs in all of college football -- 2016 has been their 6th straight double-digit win season and they're now a legitimate annual threat to win a National Championship. Let's take a look at how the program's architect, head coach Dabo Swinney, has steered them to their lofty heights.

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