No. 2 Clemson 33, No. 14 Louisville 14

No. 2 Clemson 33, No. 14 Louisville 14


No. 2 Clemson 33, No. 14 Louisville 14

After taking control of the game with Dorian O’Daniel’s pick-six, Clemson blew the game open on the ensuing possession. A 1-yard touchdown run up the middle by Kelly Bryant, his third total score of the game and second on the ground, pushed the Tigers’ lead to 33-7 with 2:16 remaining in the third quarter.

It was an 11-play, 66-yard drive for Clemson that took 5:14 off of the clock. Tavien Feaster rushed four times for 46 yards on the drive.

At the time of the score, Bryant was 21-of-31 passing for 281 yards and a touchdown pass with 25 yards and two touchdowns rushing.

Following Bryant’s score, Lamar Jackson answered with a 36-yard touchdown pass to Jaylon Smith that cut the Cardinals’ deficit to 33-14 at the 13:45 mark of the fourth quarter.



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