Swinney to attend Alabama-Arkansas to celebrate '92 National Title

Alabama freshman defensive end La Bryan Ray during a practice for the Crimson Tide

Alabama freshman defensive end La Bryan Ray during a practice for the Crimson Tide

He almost beat them in their first national title matchup in 2016, though Alabama prevailed 45-40.

Swinney will be attending the Alabama-Arkansas game Saturday night in Tuscaloosa as part of 25-year reunion festivities for the Crimson Tide's 1992 national championships team, AL.com reported. From there, Swinney has led the Tigers to three ACC titles, a national runner-up finish in 2015 (a 45-40 loss to Alabama) and a national title in 2016 (a last-second 35-31 win over the Tide).

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Swinney was a walk-on wide receiver for Alabama prior to Nick Saban's reign.

Regardless, that shouldn't be a problem for the Bama fans in attendance.

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After his playing career came to an end, Swinney, a native of Pelham, Alabama, joined the Alabama coaching staff as a graduate assistant. At that point, Swinney was named interim head coach and later full-time head coach.

Swinney, of course, has made his own way at Clemson, but one thing's for certain: Saturday in Bryant-Denny is going to be an interesting place to be.

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