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Clemson Tigers vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish Pick & Prediction NOV 7TH 2020

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GAMES

Last 10

W 89% L 11%
8 1
  • Pittsburgh W 17 - 52
  • @Florida State D 0 - 0
  • @Notre Dame L 40 - 47
  • Boston College W 28 - 34
  • Syracuse W 21 - 47
  • @Georgia Tech W 73 - 7
  • Miami W 17 - 42
  • Virginia W 23 - 41
  • The Citadel W 0 - 49
  • @Wake Forest W 37 - 13
W 100% L 0%
9 0
  • @North Carolina W 31 - 17
  • @Boston College W 45 - 31
  • Clemson W 40 - 47
  • @Georgia Tech W 31 - 13
  • @Pittsburgh W 45 - 3
  • Louisville W 7 - 12
  • Florida State W 26 - 42
  • @Wake Forest D 0 - 0
  • South Florida W 0 - 52
  • Duke W 13 - 27

Next Games

  • @Virginia Tech(09-30-17) W 31 - 17
  • Syracuse(11-17-18) W 3 - 36

Last Meetings

  • Tigers @ Fighting Irish 40-47
  • Fighting Irish @ Tigers 3-30
  • Fighting Irish @ Tigers 22-24

Last Injuries

Notre Dame Fighting Irish

  • Tommy Kraemer

    Appendix
    Ques Sat | questionable

    Kraemer sat out the last game after undergoing an appendectomy. It is undetermined if he will face Syracuse on Saturday.

  • C'Bo Flemister

    Leg
    Ques Sat | questionable

    Flemister missed the last game with a left leg injury, and it is unknown if he will be on the field against Syracuse on Saturday.

  • Kyren Williams

    Undisclosed
    Prob Fri | probable

    Williams left the last game with an unknown injury, but it is likely that he will play against UNC on Friday.

  • Braden Lenzy

    Hamstring
    Early Dec | out

    Lenzy is expected to be out until at least the early part of December with a hamstring injury.

  • Jarrett Patterson

    Foot
    out for season | out

    Patterson underwent season-ending surgery on his left foot.

  • Jayson Ademilola

    Knee
    Early Dec | out

    Ademilola had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee, and he is likely to be out of commission until at least the beginning of December.

Clemson Tigers

  • Dorian O'Daniel

    Ankle
    day-to-day | questionable

    O'Daniel left the previous game with a knee injury, and it is unknown if it will impede his availability for Week 13 against the Broncos.

  • John Williams

    Undisclosed
    Out indefinitely | out

    Williams has been sitting out due to an undetermined ailment, and it remains to be seen when he will be available next.

  • Lannden Zanders

    Shoulder
    Ques Sat | questionable

    Zanders sat out the previous game with a shoulder injury, and it is up in the air if he will compete against Virginia Tech on Saturday.

  • Jack McCall

    Undisclosed
    Ques Sat | questionable

    McCall has sat out the previous three games with an unspecified ailment, and it is unknown if he will step on the field Saturday versus Virginia Tech.

  • Matt McMahan

    Undisclosed
    Ques Sat | questionable

    McMahan has sat out the last four games with an undefined ailment, and it remains to be seen if he will face Virginia Tech on Saturday.

  • Drew Swinney

    Undisclosed
    Ques Sat | questionable

    Swinney missed the last game due to an unannounced injury, and it remains to be seen if he will participate in Saturday's battle with Virginia Tech.

  • Joseph Ngata

    Undisclosed
    out for season | out

    Ngata will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery for an unspecified ailment.

  • Ty Lucas

    Undisclosed
    Ques Sat | questionable

    Lucas has missed the last four games due to an injury to an unlisted area, and it is undetermined if he will take the field against Virginia Tech on Saturday.

Clemson Tigers vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Kyren Williams rushed for 140 yards and three touchdowns, including the game winner in the second overtime, as No. 4 Notre Dame knocked off No. 1 and previously undefeated Clemson 47-40 Saturday night at Notre Dame Stadium.

Clemson was playing its second consecutive game without quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Trevor Lawrence as well as three defensive starters, and it showed. Williams split the Clemson defense for a 65-yard touchdown run on the second play of the game and the Fighting Irish battled the Tigers on even terms from there.

It was Notre Dame's third victory all-time at home over a No. 1-ranked team and ended Clemson's 28-game winning streak against Atlantic Coast Conference teams. Notre Dame moved into sole possession of first place in the ACC at 7-0 overall and 6-0 in league play while Clemson slipped to 7-1, 6-1.

It was Notre Dame's 23rd consecutive home victory.

The teams went into overtime tied at 33 and Clemson scored first, with freshman quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei plunging in from the 1-yard line. But Williams scored on 3-yard runs on back-to-back overtime possessions and the Fighting Irish defense sacked Uiagalelei twice on the Tigers' final possession to essentially end Clemson's hopes.

Quarterback Ian Book completed 22 of 39 passes for 310 yards and a touchdown for Notre Dame.

Uiagalelei completed 29-of-44 passes for a career-high 439 yards. Lawrence, who has been sidelined after testing positive for COVID-19, is expected to be back in the lineup when Clemson plays at Florida State on Nov. 20.

Jonathan Doerer added the first of his four field goals to push the Fighting Irish lead to 10-0 before Clemson's offense began to show signs of life.

Uiagalelei threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to Cornell Powell in the first quarter, but Notre Dame pulled ahead 20-10 late in the first half when linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah snatched a fumbled pitch by Travis Etienne out of the air and rambled 23 yards for a touchdown. The teams swapped field goals in the final three minutes and the Fighting Irish led at the half 23-13.

Clemson scored 10 unanswered points in the third quarter to tie the game at 23. B.T. Potter had a 46-yard field goal and Uiagalelei found tight end Davis Allen for a 10-yard touchdown pass.

The teams swapped field goals again early in the fourth quarter before Clemson went on a 12-play, 74-yard drive to take the lead on a three-yard run by Etienne with 3:33 remaining.

But the Fighting Irish responded with an eight-play, 91-yard drive that culminated with a four-yard touchdown pass from Book to Avery Davis with 22 seconds left to tie the game again at 33.

Etienne was held to only 28 yards on 18 carries, but Uiagalelei helped compensate with another impressive performance, thanks in large part to a couple of veteran wide receivers.

Senior Amari Rodgers had eight receptions for 134 yards while fellow senior Powell had six receptions for 162 yards, including a 24-yard reception to set up Uiagalelei's overtime TD run.

Notre Dame's Javon McKinley had five catches for 102 yards.

--Field Level Media