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  Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and running back Darien Rencher helped start a movement to try to save the college football season over the weekend. The two organized the "WeWantToPlay" initiative that went viral earlier this week. Lawrence's tweet outlining the conditions under which college football players hope to have a season in 2020 had more than 15,000 retweets and 62,000 likes as of Wednesday afternoon. It was shared by President Trump on Monday, with Trump's tweet receiving an additional 40,000 retweets and 136,000 likes.

A Clemson player having a social media post go viral during fall camp is not something that could have happened during the previous nine years due to a rule that was in place for nearly a decade before this season. During the summer of 2011, Clemson leaders went to head coach Dabo Swinney with a plan to help limit distractions. As a part of that plan, they told Swinney they wanted social media posts banned from the start of fall camp until after the final game of the year. But now, with social justice issues on the minds of several players and the college football season in danger, players are being allowed to speak up. - The State

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