College GameDay traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, for a closer look at the Week 3 ACC showdown between the No. 3 Clemson Tigers and No. 14 Louisville Cardinals at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on Saturday. The matchup will kick off at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson, the 2016 Heisman Trophy winner, will attempt to lead the Cardinals to their first victory over the Tigers in their fourth meeting.
In 2016, the two teams battled in a 42-36 thriller, and quarterback Deshaun Watson led Clemson to victory. Will the tables turn without him on the field?
We'll take a look at what the people in Louisville think about the two teams and the matchup. As expected, it starts with the 2016 Heisman voting results:
Google speaks the truth, but the search engine also threw a subliminal jab at the reigning national champions:
Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney just won a national championship, but he's not exempt from ridicule:
A young fan sees another Heisman in Jackson's future. Another found a solution to stopping him when he's on the run. Lee Corso, the Louisville head coach from 1969 to 1972, has a tough decision to make before noon:
So close yet so far. You almost had it:
Most fans like hot dogs, not sure about weenies, though:
Swinney living a lie like Tigers fans who think Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant could stand toe-to-toe with Jackson on Saturday night:
With Halloween coming up, Jackson and Watson share what's in their goodie bags:
Of course, Watson responded with the hardware that actually reigns supreme in college football: