Dabo Swinney addresses new accusations against Fred Davis, Malcolm Greene in car accident lawsuit
Clemson junior defensive backs Fred Davis II and Malcolm Greene are facing fresh accusations following a 2021 car accident.
It is now alleged that Davis and Greene were racing each other before the wreck and that a United States Postal worker was severely injured. The pair is now facing a civil suit regarding the crash.
Head coach Dabo Swinney was asked recently if the civil suit will change the status of the players with the team. Swinney stated that team punishment for the two is “behind us”.
Swinney says team punishment for Fred Davis/Malcolm Greene is “behind us”:
“From a legal standpoint and a team standpoint, that is behind us. This is a civil situation they are going to have to deal with. It’s a personal thing.
“Again, consequences for actions and decisions.”
— Jon Blau (@Jon_Blau) October 5, 2022
Swinney also added that he knew all of the details of the crash back in 2021, and that “everybody knew this was coming”, referring to the civil suit.
Both Davis and Greene play an important role in the Clemson secondary, and it seems like the two will not miss any game action this season.
Clemson faces Boston College on Saturday.