Clemson’s head football coach Dabo Swinney said the Tigers would have their work cut out for them when they host Louisville on Saturday.
"They're definitely the best we've played to this point they're playing at a high level. This is the best offense in the country right now,” Swinney said of Louisville.”
Swinney addressed the media at Clemson Sunday ahead of the Oct. 1 game, which will air at 8 p.m. on ABC.
The game will also be highlighted on ESPN’s show “GameDay.”
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Swinney said Louisiana quarterback Lamar Jackson was a major concern for the Tiger’s offense.
"You could tell that this guy was going to develop into a nice player...just a dynamic guy. He's explosive," Swinney said of Jackson.
Louisville’s entire offense will also be a challenge to handle, Swinney said.
"This is a complete group and a huge challenge for our secondary. The ball is definitely going to go down the field."
“(Louisville is) playing really well,” Swinney added. “We're going to have to play our best football to this point, their offense, our defense. Something's going to have to give."
Overall, Swinney said the team was looking forward to the game.
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