by Larry LeoAugust 8, 2019
© Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports
In an interview with ESPN, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney discussed how he isn't buying that Alabama National Championship loss was because they were worn out by their tough SEC schedule...
“My thing on that is, ‘Are you serious? They’re tired?’ Then you look at Clemson, and we won 12 games by 20-plus. Who really challenged Alabama in the SEC? They didn’t get challenged by anybody until the Georgia game [for the SEC championship]”
“Listen, the SEC is a great conference, but I don’t think they’ve been as deep the last few years,” Swinney told ESPN. “I think they’ve had two or three really good teams and then it’s kind of been hit or miss from there. It’s an awesome league, for sure, and I know people say that Alabama was tired because they went through the grind and had to play all these teams. Well, they won by an average of 33.1 points per game [going into the playoff], so they ought to be well-rested,” Swinney added to ESPN.
Filed Under: SEC Football
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