No. 14 Louisville plays host to No. 3 Clemson on Saturday in a prime-time matchup of Top-25 teams that have Atlantic Coast Conference and national title implications.
The Louisville-Clemson match will get underway later that day at 3:30 p.m.
The highly anticipated showdown between Heisman victor Lamar Jackson and Clemson's defense will now be in prime time. The game will be televised on ABC. Clemson hosted College GameDay previous year on October 1, when the Tigers defeated Louisville 42-36.
ESPN's "College GameDay" returns to Louisville for the second consecutive season on Saturday. ESPN's College GameDay will be live from the Cardinals' campus on Saturday morning. Last season's game was also covered by College Gameday. Their O/U trends are 5-0 in their last 5 road games and road games against teams with a winning home-games record, 1-7 in their last 8 September games, and 4-1 in their last 5 conference games. 2 Ohio State. The Tigers remained No. 3 in The Associated Press rankings on Sunday.
The Cardinals quarterback accounted for 525 total yards and six touchdowns in a 47-35 win over North Carolina.
The fellow junior, who recorded his second straight and third overall 100-yard receiving game, has 300 receiving yards this season. The Tigers had 11 sacks against Auburn.
Curtailing Jackson's production obviously will be Clemson's primary focus against Louisville.
The Cards haven't beat Clemson since joining the ACC in 2014. Clemson won 23-17 in 2014, 20-17 in 2015 and 42-36 in 2016 - an average margin of five points per game.