Clemson has one more celebration of last season's national championship planned, and this one will be at the White House. Coach Dabo Swinney told a group of Tigers fans at a booster event in Columbia, South Carolina, that the team will visit the White House on June 12. The story was first reported by The Post and Courier in Charleston, and Swinney confirmed the date with ESPN. Swinney said he isn't sure whether all former Tigers players from last year's team will be available for the Washington, D.C., trip because of NFL minicamps. But he said he's not heard from any current players wishing to boycott the visit because of political differences with President Donald Trump.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney: 'No problem' if a player doesn't attend June's White House trip
ESPN | May 10