How to watch Louisville Cardinals vs. Clemson Tigers: live stream, TV channel, start time

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After a disappointing loss to NC State that was fraught with mistakes and missed opportunities, Louisville’s football schedule is coming home and looking to bounce back against a broken Clemson team.

Against the Wolfpack, the Louisville defense (4-4, 2-3 ACC) did its part to secure a victory, but not the offense. Despite winning the Wolfpack 434-361, nine penalties, a 6-18 effort on the third and fourth downs and several missed deep shots resulted in a 28-13 loss in Raleigh, NC

As for Clemson (5-3, 4-2 ACC), the season has been far from smooth by their high standards. Thanks mainly to a terrible offensive offense, which averages 328.2 yards per game, the worst in the league, the Tigers are unranked for the first time since 2014.

It will be the seventh all-time meeting between Louisville and Clemson, with the Tigers holding a 6-0 advantage in the series. These two teams last met in 2019, with Clemson defeating Louisville 45-10 for their 22nd straight victory.

Clemson Tigers (5-3, 4-2 ACC) vs. Louisville Cardinals (4-4, 2-3 ACC)

  • Date hour : Saturday, November 6 at 7:30 p.m. EST
  • Place: Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Ky.
  • TV: ACC Network – Dave O’Brien (PxP), Tim Hasselbeck (analyst) and Kelsey Riggs (sideline)
  • Channel (Louisville) / Live Stream: Spectrum: 534, satellite dish: 402, DirecTV: 612; fuboTV (link here)
  • Radio (Louisville): WHAS 840/790 WKRD; Paul rogers (PxP), Craig Swabek (analyst) and Jody Demling (sideline)

(Photo by Javian Hawkins: Jamie Rhodes – USA TODAY Sports)

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