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Look how close Louisville came to beating Clemson

The Cardinals lost, 42-36. It almost wasn't that way. Clemson took a circuitous route to beating Louisville on Saturday, in a game that came down to feet and inches. The No. 5 Tigers grabbed an 18-point halftime lead against Lamar Jackson's No. 3 Cardinals, but then they lost all of that and went down eight points in the fourth quarter. When it was Clemson's turn for a counterpunch, the Tigers delivered.
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