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Maye learning to control his emotions

CLEMSON - Brandon Maye was the focal point of Saturday's scrimmage after his temper got the best of him.

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney will never be a coach that tells one of his players to turn his emotions off, but he is a coach that will ask a player to channel those emotions instead of starting altercations that could prove hurtful to the team. That's the message Swinney sent to Clemson middle linebacker Brandon Maye after the Clemson coach had to dismiss the 230-pound backer from last...

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