Dabo Swinney, it’s time!

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  1. mussop

    mussop Hall of Fame

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    OB has proven once again he just isn’t a good HC. I don’t care about winning 9 in a row. I don’t care about winning the division. None of that means **** when you back into the playoffs and get out coached and out classed again.

    It’s time to bring in someone innovative and fresh. Swinney would be crazy to leave Clemson with the run their on but maybe the thought of getting to work with Watson and a BOATLOAD of money can convince him.

    I cannot follow this team with OB at the helm anymore. He just doesn’t have what it takes to lead this team. He’s not a good HC.
     
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    Agree with everything in your post except for not following the Texans. I will continue to do so no matter how pathetic they are.
     
  3. mussop

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    Follow poor choice of words. I will always follow. I will not believe in this team with him as head coach. Is that better?
     
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    Thorn Dirty Old Man

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    LOL. Yep.
     
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    Honoring Earl 34 Something Witty !

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    I vote for Linda Lovelace as coach . She'll blow some small ones but won't choke on the big ones .
     
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    Sweeney making same if not more than OBRIEN at $7 m plus sliding scale buy out for Dabo to coach elsewhere. I'd really like him here but money prob not the incentive if he does. Has good QB in Clemson.
    https://projects.newsday.com/college-football-coaches-salaries-contracts/dabo-swinney/
     
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  7. Jadmakaveli

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    As a Clemson fan..no..just no.... Dabo wouldn't be a very good NFL coach.
     
  8. mussop

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    Wtf are you talking about? Let me guess you’re old school. Well guess what, this is a new era in the NFL. NFL offenses are incorporating college spread offensive style more and more. Look at what the Rams are doing offensively. That is where the NFL is heading.
     
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    Lol old school? Nah fam I’m 25 I love the college spread offenses. Just Dabo as a NFL coach wouldn’t work.


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    What's your reasoning for that?
     
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    Maybe she can blow the refs for us so we can get some calls. Like facemask on Watson and the holds on Clowney.
     
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    He’s a motivator like Pete Carroll but more so towards kids/young men. All he knows is college football. Just feel his style of coaching and teaching is more so aimed for college rather than NFL. But I would be all in(no pun intended) on kliff kingsbury
     
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    powda Team BLEACH!

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    I feel dirty and I think, I like it.

    I'll keep following this team because I'm a glutton for punishment.
     
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    KA4Texan Clueless Wonder

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    Or better yet... all the players on the other team so they dont do to us what the Colts did today.
     
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    lol you lost credibility with that
     
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    not feeling him?
     
  17. mussop

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    Over OB sure. Over Swinney, lol ah NO!
     
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    Well to be honest with you Dabo aint leaving Clemson. Unless we offering a John Gruden type contract.
     
  19. mussop

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    No ****! Do you blame him? We have our QB that is pretty obvious. Let’s not waste his career allowing OB to ruin him. Let’s bring in someone with a proven track record of using Watson to the best of his ability. If the Houston Texans are serious about winning they will do whatever it takes to bring in the right people. OB IS NOT THE RIGHT COACH FOR THIS TEAM.
     
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    Kliff is an up and comer sure, but I want the consistently proven coach who has dominated college football for a few years now and has proven to be able to coach our QB up and elevate his game. He knows Watson's game inside and out and can cater an offense to work to his skillset. Kliff is a much bigger risk for us. IMO

    I think having Watson here only helps our cause to help lure him in.
     
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