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On Monday, Meyer confirmed he had apologized to the team for the distraction he caused over the weekend.
“I just apologized to the team for being a distraction,” Meyer said at his press conference on Monday. “It’s stupid. I explained everything that happened and I shouldn’t have put myself in that position.”
Meyer continued to refer to how he has always defended his team, even stating that he supported ex-Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence’s decision to go to Las Vegas for his bachelorette party.
“I’ve always been so defensive to them,” Meyer said. “When Trevor told me he wanted to go to Vegas for his bachelorette party, I said, ‘My God, man, be careful who you surround yourself with because I saw this happen. “The team, I spoke to a bunch of one-on-one leaders, I spoke to all the players, they’re good. They’re focused on Tennessee. I apologized again for being a distraction and a coach shouldn’t be a distraction. “