- Aug 15, 2014
I agree with you completely about what Clemson did yesterday. I appreciate your comments. I watched Coach Collins press conference after the game. He was asked about this. He did say he wasn't going to comment about what Clemson did. But, at the end of his answer, he did say, "You make a good point," or something like that. I'm sure he feels furious with Swinney.CiraldoForever,
I agree with you, brother! Anytime a coach chooses to run up the score on an opponent, when the game has been clearly decided, is classless. For instance, there was one point where Clemson was up 59-7 and went for it on 4th down by passing! There isn't any good reason to do that! That is clearly a coach trying to run the score up and embarrass the opponent. Coach Sweeney should be embarrassed for his actions, but he is not. However, what goes around comes around. Clemson can rack up all the wins they want, but they will still smell! Yesterday, they became my second most despised school. The most despicable school, on the planet, thankfully got beat last night by Alabama! Roll tide!
Tech never needs to forget what happened yesterday at Bobby Dodd stadium. Sadly, our goofy head coach doesn't seem to be too bothered by it, but I am! Good sportsmanship should be shown and praised, not ignored. Anything in life you do to purposely harm or shame someone is wrong. Clemson will have to answer for the wrong they committed yesterday.
Sweeney's comments about this were lame, pathetic and stupid. The old Swinney is long gone. This guy has gotten too rich, too in love with himself, etc. He swapped his humility and decency for talented players and money. It will come back and bite him soon.
Sweeney, Radkkkvich, and Clemson didn't do this to Collins. They did it to every Tech player, coach and fan. This is not about Collins.