Clemson Football Coach Dabo Swinney is once again under fire, this time from a former player accusing him of using a racial slur in the locker room in reference to music that was being played. According to former running back, Haamid Williams, Swinney was giving a locker room tour to a prospective coach and thought the music made a poor representation of his program.
Swinney largely blamed the death of Floyd and the subsequent violence that has followed on a sinful human nature. His statements have received mixed reactions from the public.
One reaction has come from former Clemson Kanyon Tuttle. Tuttle alleges on his personal Twitter, that Coach Swinney allowed racial slurs to occur at Tigers'football practices without repercussion.
After all the debate about the playoffs last month, we've ultimately wound up with the matchup we all expected before the season. No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Clemson will play once again for the national championship on Monday night.
Alabama defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt will finish out his duties with the Tide before heading to Tennessee to become the head coach, and he met with reporters on Friday to talk about that as well as Clemson.