End of 4th Quarter
- Indianapolis, IN 46225
- Line: LOU -26.5
- Over/Under: 66
Louisville hangs on to top Purdue
Jackson's second passing TD reclaims Louisville's lead
Louisville flips script with pick-six
Purdue runs the play action to perfection
Worship muscles in for a Purdue TD
Jackson Anthrop 26 Yd pass from Elijah Sindelar (J.D. Dellinger Kick)
3 plays, 36 yards, 0:27
Jordan Davis 3 Yd pass from Lamar Jackson (Blanton Creque Kick)
8 plays, 64 yards, 3:48
Blanton Creque 23 Yd Field Goal
10 plays, 72 yards, 3:23
Richie Worship 8 Yd pass from David Blough (Spencer Evans Kick)
11 plays, 78 yards, 4:26
Blanton Creque 32 Yd Field Goal
4 plays, 7 yards, 1:05
Brycen Hopkins 2 Yd pass from David Blough (J.D. Dellinger Kick)
5 plays, 40 yards, 1:50
Reggie Bonnafon 10 Yd Run (Two-Point Run Conversion Failed)
10 plays, 75 yards, 3:10
Stacy Thomas 61 Yd Interception Return (Two-Point Pass Conversion Failed)
6 plays, 33 yards, 2:11
Jackson Anthrop 14 Yd pass from Elijah Sindelar (Spencer Evans Kick)
8 plays, 67 yards, 3:16
Dez Fitzpatrick 20 Yd pass from Lamar Jackson (Blanton Creque Kick)
6 plays, 75 yards, 1:47
Blanton Creque 30 Yd Field Goal
9 plays, 46 yards, 3:16
The Clemson defensive unit will return some big studs next season, with underclassmen Austin Bryant and Clelin Ferrell, both linemen, returning for 2018. Cornerback Mark Fields and linebacker Kendall Joseph also will be back.
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