Dabo had his semi-annual get-together with the Clemson LIFE group on Wednesday after practice, and it never gets old for Dabo, Kathleen and the players. The LIFE acronym stands for "Learning Is For Everyone," and Dabo has been personally invested in the program for years. When he was a player at Alabama, Dabo was able to build a relationship with John Mark Stallings, the son of Gene Stallings who had Downs Syndrome and was a fixture at Alabama practices. John Mark died at the age of 47, and I have to think that he was looking down on the Clemson practice fields with a big smile on his face.
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