Louisville vs. Clemson Extended Football Highlights (2016)

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"I quit."

Bobby "Cheater" Petrino
Asante Alexander:
5:58 major holding refs can't see
If Lamar Jackson isn't a bust then he might be the next Michael Vick
Johnny Clemson:
Hope we don't have to hook up with these cats again this year, but I say........Clemson.
Julian Shipp J.R.:
good game atleast we didn't get blowned out
Levi Bentley:
Clemson greater than Louisville greater than Florida State.
Mega Lucario:
I can't wait till desawn Watson and Lamar Jackson go to the nfl
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:
WAIT, wait, wait.... are you telling me that on that Louisville interception at 4:17, the refs didn't say anything about the ball CLEARLY touching the ground? and they seriously let Louisville keep the ball? seriously? how could they not see the ball CLEARLY hit the ground on the interception? wow.
Spiny Rhino:
Saying that he "scored standing up" is so stupid
Deshaun Watson is so much better than Lamar Jackson.
Louisville for life man, this game blew it for us but whatever man it is what it is. #L1C4

Lamar still heismen.
Clemson fucking sucks lmfao. University of Houston literally fucked Louisville and Lamar Jackson. And clemson barely won 😂😂
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 ! ! ! ! ! !

    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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