Dabo Swinney To Appear At Alabama Game For Celebration Of 1992 Title

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney is heading back to Tuscaloosa.

After his team faces the Syracuse Orange on Friday night, Swinney will be making the trip to Bryant-Denny Stadium for Alabama’s SEC clash with Arkansas for a special halftime celebration.

No, Alabama won’t be celebrating Swinney and Clemson’s victory over the Crimson Tide in the national championship game last season. Instead, they will be honoring Alabama’s 1992 national championship team.

Swinney was a walk-on wide receiver for Alabama prior to Nick Saban’s reign.

Clemson plays Friday night & with Alabama recognizing the 1992 national championship team, Dabo Swinney is scheduled to be in BDS Sat. night

— Aaron Suttles (@AaronSuttles) October 12, 2017

You know this is going to stir up those “Dabo Swinney will replace Nick Saban after he retires from coaching” rumors, so prepare yourself.

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