Box Score Breakdown: Clemson’s stat leaders in dominant win over Louisville

Tenth ranked Clemson (9-1, 7-0 ACC) needed a big game in Week 11 following a less than stellar performance in last weekend’s loss to Notre Dame in South Bend and boy did they deliver.

With a more-than-convincing 31-16 win over Louisville, the Tigers were firing on all cylinders sparking dominant performances on both sides of the ball and career days for several players including linebacker Barrett Carter and wide receiver Antonio Williams.

Running back Phil Mafah led the way for Clemson’s run game while freshman Antonio Williams dominated the Tigers passing game with a career best 10 receptions for nearly 100 yards.

Check out Clemson Wire’s breakdown of the box score and stats recorded in the Tigers Military Appreciation win over Louisville.

Passing

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DJ Uiagalelei:

  • 19 / 27

  • 185 yards

  • One TD

  • 0 INTs

Antonio Williams:

  • 1 / 1

  • Six yards

  • 0 TD

  • 0 INTs

Rushing

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  • Phil Mafah: 10 carries, 106 yards, One TD

  • Will Shipley: 19 carries, 97 yards, One TD

  • DJ Uiagalelei: 15 carries, 32 yards, One TD

  • Cade Klubnik: One carry, 13 yards

Receiving

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  • Antonio Williams: 10 receptions, 83 yards, One TD

  • Jake Briningstool: Two receptions, 32 yards

  • Joseph Ngata: Two receptions, 30 yards

  • Davis Allen: One reception, 14 yards

  • Brannon Spector: One reception, 11 yards

  • E.J. Williams: One reception, Nine yards

  • Drew Swinney: One reception, Eight yards

  • DJ Uiagalelei: One reception, Six yards

  • Will Shipley: One reception, -2 yards

Kick/Punt returns

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  • Antonio Williams: Two punt returns, 23 yards

  • Barrett Carter: One interception, One yard

Kicking

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  • B.T. Potter: 1 / 1, Long 19 yards

Story originally appeared on Clemson Wire