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Opinion: If Dabo Swinney ever leaves Clemson, he should go to NFL, not Alabama

USATODAY.com Monday, 14 January 2019
Opinion: If Dabo Swinney ever leaves Clemson, he should go to NFL, not AlabamaAlabama football has always been the primary threat to poach Dabo Swinney from Clemson, but the NFL may be a better fit than his alma mater.
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