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Clemson improves to 3-0 with the 47-21 win over Louisville. The Tigers have beaten the Cardinals four consecutive times.
Clemson's backups keep Louisville out of the endzone. Tigers can take a knee from here.
Hunter Johnson in at QB.
Etienne's run was the longest run since CJ Spiller went 83 in the Chick-fil-A Bowl in 2007.
Clemson and Louisville trading TDs now...Tigers lead 47-21 with 6:13 to play.
The freshman from Louisiana takes it 81 yards for a touchdown.
Good grief Travis Etienne.
Zerrick Cooper and Travis Etienne in for Clemson.
Louisville refuses to go away as Lamar Jackson throws an eight-yard TD to make it 40-21 with 7:37 to play.
Clemson extends its lead to 40-14 with 11:56 to play.
Adam Choice makes one cut and takes it 39 yards to the house.
Tonight's attendance is 55,588 - the second largest crowd in Papa John's Stadium history.
The Louisville touchdown makes it a 33-14 ballgame with 13:45 to play.
Lamar Jackson finds Smith running wide open for a 36-yard touchdown.
At the end of the third quarter, Clemson leads Louisville 33-7.
Clemson extends its lead to 33-7 with 2:16 to play in the third quarter.
Kelly Bryant with the keeper for a one-yard touchdown as Louisville fans begin their exit.
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Tre Lamar with a sack to force a Louisville punt.
That was the first career TD for O'Daniel and the first turnover forced by Clemson this season.
Nice job by Will Swinney to corral a high snap. Clemson leads Louisville 26-7, 8:57 3Q
Pick six for No. 6. Dorian O'Daniel picks off a Lamar Jackson pass and returns for a touchdown.
Clemson's opening drive of the second half stalls and Clemson is forced to punt. Louisville to take over on the 20.
That's not an option.
Clemson leads Louisville 19-7 at halftime.
Dexter Lawrence sacks Lamar Jackson for the final play of the half.
Huegel's 49-yard field goal was a career-long.
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Greg Huegel drilled a 49-yard field goal. 19-7 Clemson, :28 2Q.
Two fouls - offsides and facemask (on Milan Richard) - negate a Clemson touchdown. That's big.
The review gives Clemson the first down.
The spot is under review.
Clemson is about a foot short of the first down marker. Louisville calls timeout with 1:29 to go before halftime.
Hunter Renfrow replaced McCloud on that punt return
The 79-yard TD from Bryant to McCloud is the longest offensive play for Clemson since November 2nd of 2013, Boyd to Watkins for 96 yards.
Taylor Hearn pulled on the play and had the block that gave Bryant time to get the pass off.
Clemson extends its lead to 16-7 on a 79-yard TD pass from Bryant to McCloud.
Ray-Ray McCloud gets loose and Kelly Bryant with a perfect throw for a touchdown. PAT was blocked.
Good defense that time from Clemson, but a heck of a punt from Louisville pins the Tigers at their own 10.
If they were offsides on our first FG Attempt, why did we just not take the 3points?
Huegel makes his first field goal of the season to give Clemson a 10-7 lead over Louisville, 6:57 2Q.
Clemson defense gets another stop. Tigers' offense will take over on their own 45.
Greg Huegel hasn't made a field goal this season.
Clemson's drive stalls, Huegel made the first attempt but missed the second after moving it five yards closer.
Louisville will presumably punt (4th-and-13) when play resumes.
Clemson and Louisville are tied at 7-7 at the end of the first quarter.
Once again Will Spiers flips the field. What does Clemson's D have this drive?
Clemson will punt after an errant throw on third down.
Tavien Feaster and Travis Etienne to return the kickoff. Etienne a little too juiced and dropped the ball.
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