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Corso’s Sept. 16 pick: Cardinals

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The College GameDay cast was at the University of Louisville campus on Saturday morning. The No. 3 Clemson Tigers face the No. 14 Louisville Cardinals at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium on Saturday night at 8 pm on ESPN.

In Lee Corso’s headgear selection, instead of picking the reigning College Football Playoff National Champions, he picked the Cardinals.

This key matchup includes two undefeated teams. Both the Tigers and the Cardinals come into the contest with a 2-0 record.

In the three most recent meetings with these two teams, the Tigers have won them all, including a 42-36 win last season at Death Valley.

The Tigers won the 2015 meeting 20-17, also at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. The 2014 meeting at Death Valley, the Tigers won 23-17.

The Tigers have won their past nine games, dating back to last season. They have not lost a game since Nov. 12, 2016 when they were defeated 43-42 by the Pitt Panthers.

The Cardinals are on a two-game win streak. They have not lost a game since Dec. 31, 2016 when they lost 29-9 to the LSU Tigers.

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