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This might be why Louisville’s WR went out of bounds a yard early on a game-deciding play

James Quick made a poor decision, but the sideline crew doesn’t appear to have done him any favors. Louisville’s hopes of beating Clemson came down to a 4th-and-12 play with under a minute to go. The Tigers did a great job covering Cardinal receivers, putting Heisman favorite Lamar Jackson in a situation even he couldn’t find an easy way out of. He was forced to take a checkdown, passing to speedster James Quick in the flat.
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