WATCH: Lee, players on sweep at the hands of Louisville


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Clemson has lost eight consecutive regular season games to Louisville
Clemson has lost eight consecutive regular season games to Louisville

CLEMSON - Louisville continued Clemson’s recent struggles, sweeping the Tigers with a 6-4 victory on Mother’s Day at Doug Kingsmore Stadium. Clemson finished 1-8 against ACC heavyweights FSU, UNC and Louisville, and has lost eight in a row in the regular season to the Cardinals.

Clemson is just 4-8 in its last 12 games overall, and has lost nine of 12 in the ACC in falling to 37-15 overall and 16-11 in ACC play. Louisville improves to 46-6 overall and 23-4 in the ACC.


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