After a second drive that ended in the three and out, the Tigers tacked on their first field goal of the day thanks to a 19-yarder by kicker B.T. Potter.
Despite a big third drive for quarterback D.J, Uiagalelei who moved the sticks all the way down inside the red-zone, Clemson came away with its first field of the day, extending the lead to two-scores over Louisville.
The Tigers extended their lead thanks to a quick eight play drive for 66 yards in 3:10.
With four points already, B.T. Potter has scored in 50 consecutive games. Potter has scored in every game since earning the starting placekicking job prior to the 2019 season. The Clemson record is 53 games, set by Chandler Catanzaro from 2010-13.
— Ross Taylor (@ClemsonFBRoss) November 12, 2022