Dabo Swinney continues to show why so many people outside of the Clemson fan base root for the Tigers coach.

While he may currently represent the biggest rival to Alabama and Nick Saban, even most Crimson Tide fans find it hard to root against the Alabama alum. The latest act of kindness Swinney has shown was shared Thursday by Clemson’s official Twitter account.

In the video, shared below, Swinney gifted two Super Bowl tickets to the upcoming game in Atlanta between New England and Los Angeles. Clemson’s coach gave the tickets to the team’s team’s equipment manager, David Saville. If you are unfamiliar with Saville’s story, he is a 28-year-old with Down’s Syndrome that has been a member of Clemson’s football program for nearly as long as Dabo.

Here is the video of Swinney gifting Saville with the tickets.


ESPN has previously featured Saville in a GameDay feature that’s certainly worth your time to watch if you haven’t seen it before.