Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney issued a message on the death of George Floyd and not everyone was buying it.
Former receiver Kanyon Tuttle responded to the message by claiming he allowed an assistant coach to use the n-word during practice.
Cap, you allowed a coach to call a player the N-word during practice with no repercussions. Not even a team apology. When we had the sit-in in front of sikes you suggested us players try to stay out of it to limit distractions. Stop protecting your brand, take a stand https://t.co/7gznXmyniI
— Tut (@_kinggtutt) June 2, 2020
It was a claim backed by former tight end D.J. Greenlee. He took it a step further and named the assistant.
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