The Clemson Tigers will visit President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday in honor of their national championship win.
Fresh off their stunning victory over the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, President Trump announced that he will host the National Champion Clemson Tigers at the White House on Monday. "What a game, what a coach, what a team!"
In his reasoning for canceling the Eagles visit, Trump said that the team disagrees "with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem".
The parade ended outside Clemson's stadium. He wanted to clear the air on that one.
But during the homecoming featuring a marching band, mascots and cheerleader on Saturday, the coach added a sentiment expressed in previous years: 'These trophies do not define us. 'I'm sorry I'm such an ugly crier'.
"I feel like it's not really up for debate", Ferrell said. Ferrell was among four starting defensive underclassmen to declare for the National Football League draft after the Tigers returned from California.
Tackle Dexter Lawrence along with linebacker Tre Lamar and championship defensive MVP in cornerback Trayvon Mullen also chose to give up their eligibility to turn pro.
There were more than 15,000 people in the center of town Monday night to watch several big screens with the game.
"We have some the best fans in the world", defensive tackle Albert Huggins said.
Fans in the stadium cheered the replay of the championship game and roared as a retrospective of Swinney's 10 landmark years in charge flashed by.
Receiver Hunter Renfrow (pictured left with Christian Wilkins) said "We've won two championships in three years". 'Let's make it three in the last four'.