Dabo says Steele to stay


"These things are always a process, and I want to go through the process," Steele said. Swinney said he did not offer Steele a raise to remain at Clemson. "He likes being here. He likes the staff. He loves the players," Swinney said. Word is that the CUAD is going to step up to the plate with raises for Steele and many on the staff. As you know, it is in Swinney's contract to add support staff positions out of his 1 million dollar pay increase, and we expect that to happen this offseason.