Dabo Swinney

William Christopher “Dabo” Swinney aka Dabo Swinney (born November 20, 1969, in Birmingham, Alabama, United States) is an American college football coach. Meanwhile, he is the head football coach at Clemson University. In addition, he won the National Championship twice, in 2016 and 2018.

Early Life of Dabo Swinney

William Christopher “Dabo” Swinney, also known as Dabo Swinney, was born on November 20, 1969, in Birmingham, Alabama, to parents Ervil Swinney and Carol McIntosh. He has a brother named Henry ‘Tripp’ Swinney III. He is 50 years old and was born under the sign of Scorpio in 2019.

He is an American by nationality, and he is White by ethnicity. In terms of education, he attended the University of Alabama and graduated with a degree in commerce and business administration in 1993. In addition, he earned a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Alabama in 1995.

Estimated Net Worth of Dabo Swinney

Dabo Swinney’s net worth is estimated to be $20 million as of 2019. Similarly, he earns $9.3 million per year from his profession.

Who is Dabo Swinney Wife?

In terms of his personal life, Dabo married the former Kathleen Bassett in 1994. As a result, the couple welcomed three sons: Will, Drew, and Clay. In fact, two of the sons play wide receiver for Clemson.

Dabo Swinney’s Awards and Achievements

  • 2 National (2016, 2018)
  • 5 ACC (2011, 2015-2018)
  • 8th ACC Atlantic Division (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015-2019)
  • 3rd Paul ‘Bear’ Bryant Award (2015, 2016, 2018)
  • AFCA Coach of the Year (2015)
  • AP College Football Coach of the Year (2015)
  • Home Depot Coach of the Year (2015)
  • The George Munger Award (2015)
  • Coach of the Year: Bobby Dodd (2011)
  • 2 ACC Coach of the Year (2015, 2018)

Dabo Swinney: Rumors and Controversy

His life is not shrouded in rumors or controversy.

Body Measurement of Dabo Swinney

Dabo Swinney is an American actor who stands 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 82 kg.

Dabo Swinney’s Professional Career

2008-2012

  • First, on October 13, 2008, he named the interim head football coach. Later, because of his performance, he was chosen over Clemson defensive coordinator Vic Koenning and associate head coach Brad Scott.
  • Swinney then earned his first victory as Tigers head coach by defeating Boston College, snapping Clemson’s six-game losing streak against the Eagles on November 1, 2008.
  • After that, he finished the 2009 season with a win over #8 Miami (FL), a 16-point victory over Florida, and a 21-13 victory over Kentucky in the 2009 Music City Bowl.
  • Furthermore, in 2010, his team was suffering a string of losses, and he was on the verge of being fired. Swinney, who was 19-15 entering the 2011 season, was widely regarded as a coach on the hot seat.
  • Swinney later won the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award in 2011, which was established to honor the NCAA Division 1 football coach whose team excels on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.
  • Furthermore, Swinney finished the 2013 season with 32 wins in three years, the most in Clemson football history. The Tigers won their second BCS bowl and their third Orange Bowl.

2014-2018

  • Furthermore, the Tigers finished the 2014 season 10-3 and ranked 15th in both the AP and Coaches Poll.
  • The Tigers defeated North Carolina and Oklahoma in 2015, earning the Associated Press Coach of the Year, Walter Camp Coach of the Year, Home Depot Coach of the Year, and the Paul ‘Bear’ Bryant Award.
  • Dabo also helped his team win games against Louisville, Florida State, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, and Ohio State.
  • Throughout the 2017 season, the Tigers faced and defeated Louisville, Auburn, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, and Alabama.
  • Clemson went undefeated in 2018 and went on to win the 2019 College Football Playoff National Championship, defeating Alabama 44-16.