Clemson Football: 5 things we’d gladly tolerate for CFB to happen

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Head coach Dabo Swinney of the Clemson Tigers and defensive coordinator Brent Venables (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images)

Five things we’d gladly tolerate if it meant we got to see Clemson football

The 2020 Clemson football season is scheduled to kick off in a little over a month, but there are still tons of questions as to how, when and if the season will truly be conducted.

The Tigers are in the midst of going through workouts and preparing for the start of the season, but there are more questions than answers as we trek towards the fall.

The MLB just had two teams cancel games amid the pandemic due to positive tests and there’s more scrutiny than ever that a College Football season seems more like a pipe dream at this point than anything else.

Still, if we somehow were to be able to see Clemson football take the field in 2020, here are five things we would gladly tolerate as a result.

5. SEC propaganda

Oh, to get back to the good ole days.

Do you remember when the most infuriating piece of news was some SEC Analyst taking a shot at Clemson football or trying to prop up the ‘almighty’ SEC?

If we do see a season, we’ll have plenty of analysts who talk about the power of the SEC and that may be aggravating, but we’ll give it a one-time pass at this point. To be able to argue about Clemson in other conferences and the fact that the Tigers are just better than the rest of the nation, and that programs shouldn’t find their identity in a conference, but rather themselves and what they’re able to do. Oh, that would be awesome.

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