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Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney, who played football at the University of Alabama, recently spoke with CBS’ Jon Solomon about the possibility of him returning to Tuscaloosa one day to replace Nick Saban as head coach.
quote:Swinney, 46, holds a 71-26 record through eight season at Clemson. The Tigers are currently undefeated and ranked No. 1 in the AP, Coaches and CFP Rankings.
“You don’t ever say never. You don’t ever know what the circumstances would be at any given time,” Swinney said. “First of all, Alabama may never, ever call me and I would never have a problem with that. They’ve got to do what they’ve got to do. My deal is to be great where I’m at. I had opportunities to leave Alabama. I had opportunities to leave Clemson. But I’ve just never been that guy about the next job. I’m about the job I’ve got.”
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