Louisville vs. Clemson Extended Football Highlights (2016)

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Asante Alexander:
5:58 major holding refs can't see
Bob The Boss Saget:
If I'm a a Louisville fan (actual fan of the team and not just a Lamar Jackson dick rider) I'm highly upset at the fact that since joining the acc, every time the cards have played Clemson, they've had a chance to win the game on a <2 minute go ahead TD but have been stopped each time. GOOD THING IM A CLEMSON FAN BABY! GO TIGERS!
Fearzay:
Louisville for life man, this game blew it for us but whatever man it is what it is. #L1C4

Lamar still heismen.
Johnny Clemson:
Hope we don't have to hook up with these cats again this year, but I say........Clemson.
Julian Shipp:
good game atleast we didn't get blowned out
Levi Bentley:
Clemson greater than Louisville greater than Florida State.
Lives in new orlean Is a patriots fan:
I can't wait till desawn Watson and Lamar Jackson go to the nfl
MrSquaky:
5:57 #14 on Clemson with atrocious block in the back during the Kick Return.
Nick Woodfin:
Look at the ref with the snag at 5:35.
Ohio Against The World:
lol does Jackson really have THAT much trouble leading his WR's downfield on long throws?
Rumble by KO:
Deshaun Watson is so much better than Lamar Jackson.
Spiny Rhino:
Saying that he "scored standing up" is so stupid
UnscConnor:
Gotta love the emotion Chris Fowler puts into the commentary. Was a little skeptical when he started the prime time night games last season but not anymore.
Zack Bullard:
I know Clemson won but where is the chop block on 18 at 5:40
slick willy:
Sure hated losing that game. All will be forgiven and I won't stay mad at Clemson IF YOU WATCH OUT FOR ONSIDE KICKS AGAINST BAMA THIS TIME ! ! ! ! ! !
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    Louisville vs. Clemson: Relive all of the excitement from the #5 Clemson Tigers' huge 42-36 win over the #3 Louisville Cardinals. Deshaun Watson came through for the Tigers with 397 total yards and 5 passing touchdowns and the defense closed the game with a 4th down stop with less than one minute left to play in the game. Louisville's Lamar Jackson had 457 total yards and 3 total touchdowns. Enjoy all of the memorable moments in this extended highlight courtesy of the ACC Digital Network.

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