A highly agitated Clemson coach Dabo Swinney talked with the media Sunday night for the first time about the cancellation of Saturday afternoon’s game at Florida State because one Clemson player who traveled with the team had tested positive on Friday. Swinney questioned if that one test was the real reason Florida State officials did not want to play the game and said the Seminoles should be forced to forfeit. He said Clemson has followed all protocols set down by the league and it was understood by all that a positive test on a Friday was not enough to cancel a game. He said Clemson met all the standards for the game to be played. Swinney also did not commit to returning to Tallahassee if the ACC reschedules the game for there, though that’s a decision left to athletics director Dan Radakovich. The Tigers will not turn their attention to this Saturday’s game with Pitt which will have a 3:30 kickoff on ESPN.
Dabo Swinney conference call
Dan Radakovich conference call