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Dabo Swinney emphasized more than X's and O's to turn around Clemson


Precisely five years ago this week, Dabo Swinney sat in a hotel room and broke into a cold sweat of panic. It was the eve of his first game as interim coach of the Clemson Tigers. Yet he wasn't overly worried about leading the Tigers, even if succeeding the suddenly fired Tommy Bowden and trying to rally a 3-3 team in a matter of days was both emotional and exhausting. (Yahoo! Sports)


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