College football fans took to social media Saturday to beg for a two-time National Championship-winning head coach to be fired following a disastrous 2023 season.
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Clemson Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney has a 165-43 record at Clemson. But his program hasn’t been to the College Football Playoffs since he had Trevor Lawrence in the 2020 season. Swinney’s 2022 team finished 11-3 in his first year after his longtime defensive assistant and coordinator, Brent Venables, took the Oklahoma head coaching job.
The disappointing 2022 campaign was chalked up to being a rebuild by many in the national media. Clemson was ranked ninth to start the 2023 season. But they dropped immediately after suffering a 28-7 blowout loss to Duke in their first game of the season.
College football fans want Dabo Swinney fired
Clemson suffered another humiliating loss Saturday. They dropped a 24-17 game to North Carolina State. Clemson is now 4-4 before facing Notre Dame next week.
Many fans took to social media to call for Swinney to be ousted. Here are the best takes on social media of the Clemson empire collapsing.
If I was the AD I would fire Dabo swinney now !!! 🤡 pic.twitter.com/TVznFTw6RH
— You wish you knew (@Youwishyou25972) October 28, 2023
Dabo Swinney's gonna eventually get fired, him & his republican Jesus rhetoric is gonna end up elsewhere real soon
— Q⚜️ (@_QTip) October 22, 2023
I might be ready to jump on the fire Dabo Swinney train
— Bre•on (@Brxxhn) October 22, 2023
Seems like this Clemson team may need more than Gods Name Image & Likeness to win fucking football games. Fire Dabo Swinney on the ride home.
— Johnny (@johnnyrambos) October 22, 2023
Hey @ClemsonFB & Dabo Swinney 😂 😆 😝 😂😆😝😂😆😝😂😆😝😂😆😝😂😆😝 “do you have a psychiatrist on speed dial this week too”…Dabo has entered the transfer portal himself or matter of fact @ClemsonFB just FIRE Dabo, he doesn’t have IT anymore
— Causing Trouble (@MRCausing) October 28, 2023
Dabo swinney about to he fired
— 1 (@drop666atl) October 28, 2023
Fire Dabo Swinney
— Sean Raboin (@RaboinSean21) October 22, 2023
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