New York Magazine recently published a weird hit piece on Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney.
As you all know, I’m a big Swinney fan. The man wins and he wins by doing it all the proper way. Apparently, his criticism of paying players, not giving Kelly Bryant a ring, and getting paid a ton of money is a problem for NY Mag.
The publication wrote in part:
Sure, it was fun to watch Clemson run all over Alabama in the national title game last year. Nick Saban is such a notorious villain at this point that it was undeniably pleasant to see him have to eat it a little bit. But it is worth noting: Of the two coaches on the field that night, Saban is the one who believes it’s unfair not to pay college players, not Swinney. Whom are we supposed to be rooting against, again?
I’d encourage you to read the whole profile. It seems like it was written by a guy who I’m sure is an absolute blast to hang out with at parties. It’s honestly painful to read from start to finish. There were serious points where I contemplated clawing my eyes out.