Clemson Linebacker Ben Boulware's Emotional End to a Great Career

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Dave Comer:
One of a kind talent and personality. Gonna miss Boulware!!
Juan Barberis:
Thanks for all your passion & hard work, Ben! It was a pleasure! Go Tigers!

    Ben Boulware was named defensive MVP following Clemson's win over Alabama in the National Championship game. Hear Boulware go into detail about the hard work that went into the championship season and see him break down the linebacker group in the locker room for one last time!

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