With the way No. 4 Louisville’s offense and quarterback Lamar Jackson have been playing, it would seem as if No. 3 Clemson’s student body was nervous about Saturday’s top 5 matchup in Death Valley.
However, that’s not the case. The Clemson student body is pumped for Saturday’s game which will feature ESPN’s College GameDay on Campus, and they feel the Tigers’ nationally ranked defense will rise up to the challenge and take down the Cardinals.
Watch what Clemson students had to say as TCI’s Kaila Burns-Heffner, Gabby Bates and Olivia Garrison go around campus to get the latest thoughts on Louisville at Clemson from the students.
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