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.
In the preseason, when someone spoke about Clemson’s defense, the conversation usually started and ended with the defensive front and deservedly so. The Tigers front four consistent of four guys who are (…)
Another great video by the Clemson Football Video department as the top-ranked Tigers continue their prep for No. 4 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl as part of the College Football Playoff Semifinals on New (…)
For the first time in 50 years Clemson will play Florida on the hardwood as the Tigers face the No. 22 Gators in the Orange Bowl Classic today at 4:30 p.m. in Sunrise, Fla. Clemson, at 8-1, is off to (…)
For the first time in 50 years, Clemson will play Florida Saturday on the hardwood as part of the Orange Bowl Classic in Sunrise, Fla. And for the first time this season, the Tigers will have forward David (…)
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is not pleased. After four bowl practices, Swinney said the top-ranked Tigers have looked average as they prepare to play No. 4 Alabama in the College Football Playoff (…)