Location: Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium
CARDMARCH: 5:15 p.m.
Game Time: 7:30 p.m.
Line: Clemson -6
Series History: Clemson leads 1-0
Last Time: Clemson 23, Louisville 17
THE GAME IS A BLACKOUT
The game is a sellout through the box office but there are tickets available in the secondary market. The Houston game also sold out and the Cards have had a string of sellouts dating back several years.
The game is a BLACKOUT and fans are encouraged to wear black to match the team’s CHROMEVILLE jersey kit that Adidas announced in late August.
CardMarch will happen in its usual location from Central through the tunnel & into Gate 4. Gate 4 will remain open but fans who typically use Gate 4 that require ADA entrances will need to utilize Gates 3 or Gate 5 from the South during the 2015 season as the Thornton’s Academic Center for Excellence Construction is under construction and pathways will be a compacted gravel surface. All entrances EXCEPT Gate 4 will be available for patrons who need assistance.
Additionally, PJCS will continue to provide golf carts in the Green & Bronze lots to & from the stadium. Fans who require assistance should make their way to the West drive lane of the Green/Bronze lots to find the Accessibility Shuttle Service. After the game, the Shuttle Service will assist patrons at Gate 5.
The broadcast will be available on Louisville Sports Properties and the Tune In Mobile App. The legendary voice of the Cards Paul Rogers will provide play-by-play with Craig Swabek providing color and Doug Ormay from the sideline.
On Television the game will be broadcast by ESPN and will be available through its WATCHESPN (ESPN3) properties. Joe Tessitor will provide play-by-play, Jesse Palmer & David Pollack will add analysis, and Kaylee Hartung will be on the sideline.
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