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Dabo Swinney Admits Clemson’s PED Suspensions Could Be Done Unknowingly By Staff

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney smiles after wide receiver McCloud scored against Louisville during the second quarter. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney smiles after wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud (34) scored against Louisville during the 2nd quarter on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at Louisville's Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. [Via MerlinFTP Drop]

Though the Clemson Tigers were able to win a national title without his help, the Dexter Lawrence PED saga just took another weird turn.

Head coach Dabo Swinney admitted Saturday that it was possible that the team could have mistakenly given their players PEDs prior to the positive tests. Of course, both the team’s strength and assistant coaches have received absurdly large raises in recent weeks.


??Swinney admitted to the possibility that Clemson could have issued the substances that players Dexter Lawrence, Zach Giella, and Braden Galloway each tested positive for prior to the College Football Playoff Semifinal. Each player was suspended for the postseason after the tests.

The substance in question, ostarine, is well-known for its lack of the typical side affects, compared to other PEDs.

This doesn’t necessarily taint Clemson’s CFP win, but it certainly continues to cast an ominous light over the football program. As the appeal process continues and the truth unfolds, we can only hope that both the team and the university have stayed honest with the NCAA.

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