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Dabo Swinney promises consequences for Andrew Booth punch

Dabo Swinney promises consequences for Andrew Booth punch”

"That's not who we are", Swinney said, "and that's not who he is".

Booth got on top and then threw a haymaker that connected with Troutman's helmet as players from both sides rushed to separate the two.

One thing's for certain: Booth is going to get an earful from Swinney once this game's over. Booth, a freshman, exited the stadium to boos with the Tigers leading 17-3. "Disappointed in Booth. Really disappointed".

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After the match, Swinney announced that he had apologized to Cardinals head coach Scott Satterfield. "But (Booth) he will learn from it". They went on to win 45-10.

Darien Rencher and Chez Mellusi added rushing TDs for the Tigers (7-0, 5-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who missed first-quarter chances to build a big lead when Lawrence was picked off twice near the goal line. The Clemson defense allowed just 263 total yards in the game, forced 3 Louisville turnovers and sacked the Cardinals' quarterbacks 6 times. Justyn Ross, Joseph Ngata and Cornell Powell each hauled in a touchdown reception.



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