The No. 3 Clemson Tigers took advantage of some last minute heroics to win an epic Atlantic Division showdown against the No. 4 Louisville, 42-36, on Saturday in Death Valley.
Quarterback Deshaun Watson was clutch for the Tigers with 397 total yards and five passing touchdowns, while the defense closed the game with a fourth down stop with less than one minute left to play. Louisville’s Lamar Jackson had 457 total yards and 3 total touchdowns.
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