We recently reported that the Freedom from Religion Foundation, a Wisconsin-based atheist organization, has accused Clemson University of endorsing Christianity within its football team.

Now, the Clemson head football coach responds.

Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney would like to clear the air in regards to the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s (FFRF) complaint that he violated the Constitution at the public university.

The FFRF accused Swinney of violating players’ rights to practice religion freely by extending an offer to a team chaplain, scheduling team devotionals, “church days” and Bible studies. Swinney responded in the ACC teleconference, ESPN reported.

The chaplain, James Trapp, had access to the team to conduct the Bible studies, but Swinney did not go into further details regarding the complaint.

“We do things the right way and always have,” Swinney said. “We’ll continue to run the program the way we always have.”

In addition to the Wednesday teleconference, Swinney issued a statement, via the South Carolina State:

“Over the past week or two, there has been a lot of discussion of my faith. We have three rules in our program that everybody must follow: (1) players must go to class, (2) they must give a good effort and (3) they must be good citizens. It is as simple as that.