Dabo Swinney Addresses His Stance On Players Getting Paid, Says He’s ‘Against Professionalizing College Athletics’

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney wants people to know he’s okay with players earning money.

The two-time national champion has been in the news a bunch ever since the era of NIL started because of some old comments about players getting paid. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

College athletes should have been able to earn money for decades.

The freedom-hating communists running the NCAA no longer have any power.

This is a MASSIVE win for athletes, capitalism, freedom and the American system. https://t.co/qbLMgB11T8

— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) July 1, 2021

A couple years ago, Swinney told ESPN, “They may do away with college football in three years. There may be no college football. They may want to professionalize college athletics. Well, then, maybe I’ll go to the pros. If I’m going to coach pro football, I might as well do that. I may get a terrible president or a terrible AD one day. I don’t know.”

Dabo Swinney says he may quit college football if players get paid https://t.co/dIhwfXGAQP pic.twitter.com/MxwEjJdSYW

— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) May 18, 2019

Well, now he wants people to know that he’s not against NIL and that people

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