VIDEO: Auburn Signee Finds Clemson's Lack Of Chick-fil-A Unacceptable

The Clemson Tigers and Auburn Tigers have a lot in common. Same mascot, same colors. Similarly expensive coordinators. They even got their nicknames from the same former coach, John Heisman. One popular saying around these parts: Clemson's just Auburn with a lake.

However, as new four-star Auburn linebacker prospect Cassanova McKinzy was dismayed to discover, Auburn is actually Clemson with a Chick-fil-A:

When asked why he didn't enjoy his Clemson visit as much as he did his trip to Auburn, McKinzy immediately notes Clemson's drastic waffle fry famine. By the way, guess which two schools play in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff game next year?

The unfortunate part? Clemson has a Chick-fil-A, and South Carolina has more Chick-fil-As than does Alabama. Guess we know what Tigers coaches need to talk about more next year.

For more on the parties involved, visit Clemson blog Shakin' the Southland and Auburn blog Track 'em Tigers.

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