On Monday, Dabo Swinney held a press conference to speak on what was going on in the United States after the tragic murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis cops.
“We are all hurting for the Floyd family, and our country. I can speak for our entire staff and team in that regards. We have all witnessed disgusting acts of evil over the past week here,” Swinney told reporters.
Soon after, former walk-on Kanyon Tuttle, son of Clemson Hall of Famer and 1981 national champion Perry Tuttle, alleges that Dabo Swinney did nothing after a Clemson coach called one of his teammates the N-Word during a practice.
Tuttle later clarified while he still has plenty of respect for his former Clemson coach, “he needs to do better than this.”