In case you missed it, Clemson LB Ben Boulware had some pretty disgusting rationalizations for teammate Christian Wilkins sodomizing an Ohio State player with his fingers on national TV:
Clemson's Ben Boulware has thoughts on people ripping Christian Wilkins for, uh, grabbing a handful in the Fiesta Bowl. pic.twitter.com/qC1DlDnHW2— Brian Hamilton (@BrianHamiltonSI) January 4, 2017
So, Ben uses the term “four fingers deep” in a statement that makes a feeble attempt to normalize this kind of behavior.
If that wasn’t enough, he doubled down on Wednesday:
"We've done it all year to mess with players," Boulware said. "No one has done it as aggressive as Christian did. We try to be more discreet about it. He grabbed a handful."
You read that right, folks. This cretin just admitted to molesting opponents as a habit. Might want to use some hand sanitizer after that pre-game handshake, men.
It only stands to reason that Alabama players would be asked whether such behaviors are commonplace. Cam Robinson had one simple message for anyone with eyes toward his unmentionables:
"He better not try me like that." -- Alabama LT Cam Robinson on Clemson touching after the play.— Michael Casagrande (@ByCasagrande) January 5, 2017
It would probably be best if Wilkins kept his fingers in his own orifices on Monday, should he get the urge.
Back in October, Boulware apologized after holding Lamar Jackson in a choke-hold after the play.
Impressive group you got there, Dabo. Can’t wait to see what they try next.