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Clemson Tigers manager Dabo Swinney done cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. take a 438-mile outing behind home on a train after he was ejected from a diversion opposite Louisville on Saturday.
Booth was ejected from a diversion opposite a Cardinals for throwing a punch during an hostile player. Swinney suggested that while a rest of a group got to take a moody from Louisville behind to Clemson after a win, Booth was forced to make a outing home around train with other group personnel.
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“The group flew behind and he rode a train behind on a manager bus,” Swinney told reporters Sunday, according to The Greenville News. “That is where it started. The rest of it we will hoop in-house here.”
Booth, who has played all 7 games for a Tigers this season, got into a quarrel with Cardinals reserve Trenell Troutman during a punt. Swinney took Booth off a margin before he could have a possibility to be ejected by a officiating staff.
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Booth will be dangling for a initial half of Clemson’s diversion opposite Boston College on Saturday, Swinney said. He combined that Booth has rubbed himself improved given a fight.
“He has been great. He has been impossibly manageable and remorseful. He has responded a approach we would wish a good immature chairman would respond,” he said.
“He is really unhappy in himself, embarrassed. That is approach out of impression for who he is. He has apologized to a team, a AD. He has to possess it and learn from it and we have been gratified with how he has taken tenure and been accountable. But he had a prolonged train float home final night.”
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Even in Booth’s absence, Clemson won a diversion 45-10.