Clemson is a powerhouse in the FBS, and while they have been in the news for not having a player arrested in years, they are not as nice behind the scenes according to a report.
Danny Pearman the assistant coach of Clemson admitted to repeatedly saying the “N Word” to ex-Tigers TE D.J. Greenlee at a practice three years ago.
Former Clemson football player Kanyon Tuttle outed his former coach on Twitter, saying Clemson allowed a coach to use the “N-word” in practice.
Clemson needs to fire Danny Pearman now, or recruits should leave
Tuttle’s post said, “You allowed a coach to call a player the N-word during practice with no repercussions. Not even a team apology.”
Pearman said while he did not direct the slur at Greenlee, “I know there is no excuse for me using the language in any circumstance. I never should have repeated the phrase. It was wrong when I said it, and it is wrong today.”
Shaq Lawson even commented about coach Pearman saying he was not surprised.
“Damn I always had that feeling about the same coach. Smh only f— with you when make plays for them,” Lawson said on Twitter
It is crazy to think that the University will keep him employed. We will see how this plays out but right now, with everything happening I do not think and apology is good enough. I believe action needs to be taken.