Snap Count: Who played against Louisville


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Snap Count: Who played against Louisville

CLEMSON - The Louisville offense played 99 snaps in last Saturday's 42-36 loss to the Tigers, but Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware played 101 gradable snaps against the Cardinals.

Boulware finished with a team-high 18 tackles, while safety Van Smith finished with 15 tackles in 100 snaps. Linebacker Kendall Joseph also had 100 snaps, while quarterback Deshaun Watson played 66 snaps. Another interesting note is that four offensive linemen played all 66 snaps for the offense - left tackle Mitch Hyatt, left guard Taylor Hearn, center Jay Guillermo and right tackle Jake Fruhmorgen.

Right guard Tyrone Crowder played 54 snaps, while backup Maverick Morris added the other 12.

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Tags: Jay Guillermo, Ben Boulware, Tyrone Crowder, Maverick Morris, Deshaun Watson, Taylor Hearn, Kendall Joseph, Mitch Hyatt, Van Smith, Jake Fruhmorgen
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