Up 42-0 at halftime against Miami, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney urged his team to "be who we are." Tyler Smith USA TODAY Sports

Up 42-0 over Miami at halftime Saturday, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney opted not to take his team back to the locker room to discuss strategy. Instead, he chose to keep his players on the field and talk about integrity.

After the two teams had to be separated during pre-game warmups, Swinney urged his team to go out and "win with class and lose with class during a passionate halftime speech.

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