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Jan 08, 2019 by Dick

Clemson Tigers Win And Coach Dabo Thanks Jesus

Victory for Coach Dabo Swinney and his team last night. According to Relevant Magazine, this is their second national championship in three years. In an interview after the game Swinney openly talks about how he felt:

“For me, joy comes from focusing on Jesus, others and yourself. There are so many coaches that are so deserving of a moment like this. To get to do it once, and now to get to do it again, it’s a blessing. It’s simply the grace of the good Lord to allow us to experience something like this,”

“For me, joy comes from focusing on Jesus, others and yourself. There are so many coaches that are so deserving of a moment like this. To get to do it once, and now to get to do it again, it’s a blessing. It’s simply the grace of the good Lord to allow us to experience something like this,” he told ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi. “When you get a young group of people who believe, who sacrifice, who are committed to a singleness of purpose, great things can happen. You can’t write a Hollywood script like this. Only God can do this.


In a earlier press conference he shares about his faith. He speaks of his beliefsystems and finds it very easy to talk about it: 

“To me, that’s the priorities of my life. I made a decision when I was 16 to have a relationship with Christ, and that was a game-changer for me. That’s become the foundation of my life. It’s hard to survive in this world if you don’t have a spiritual foundation and something that will give you peace, because life is hard. We’re all going to experience setbacks. It’s a difficult world. My relationship with Christ has given me hope and peace.

“To me, that’s the priorities of my life. I made a decision when I was 16 to have a relationship with Christ, and that was a game-changer for me. That’s become the foundation of my life. It’s hard to survive in this world if you don’t have a spiritual foundation and something that will give you peace, because life is hard. We’re all going to experience setbacks. It’s a difficult world. My relationship with Christ has given me hope and peace."

Swinney explains how his relationship with Christ gave him the ability to hope beyond his circumstances. He goes on by explaining how Christ is going to hold him accountable to how he took advantage of the blessings that he gave him.






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