No. 2 Clemson 10, No. 14 Louisville 7

No. 2 Clemson 10, No. 14 Louisville 7


No. 2 Clemson 10, No. 14 Louisville 7

After forcing a Louisville three-and-out, Clemson’s offense took over and regained the lead, 10-7, on a 32-yard field goal by Greg Huegel at the 6:57 mark of the second quarter. The drive spanned eight plays, 41 yards and used 3:25 of clock.

Clemson was forced to settle for a field goal after Kelly Bryant was stoned for no gain on a rushing attempt on third-and-2 from Louisville’s 14-yard line. For the drive, Bryant went 2-for-3 for 19 yards passing and rushed for 15 yards on three carries, including a 14-yard run on second-and-2 from Louisville’s 36-yard line that moved Clemson into the red zone.



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