The No. 12 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (7-2) visit the Clemson Tigers (4-4) at Memorial Stadium (Clemson, SC) on Saturday, November 4, 2023.
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When is Notre Dame vs. Clemson and when does it start?
This game between the Fighting Irish and Tigers is scheduled on Saturday, November 4, 2023. You should expect the kickoff at 12:00 PM ET.
Where to watch Notre Dame vs. Clemson
The Fighting Irish and Tigers will hit the gridiron at Memorial Stadium (Clemson, SC) for this matchup on November 4, and if you’d like to catch the matchup live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on ABC.
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Notre Dame Stats & Insights
In their last game, the Fighting Irish won 58-7 over the Pittsburgh Panthers.
Notre Dame ranks 40th in total offense this season (428.8 yards per game), but has been playing really well on defense, ranking 11th-best in the FBS with 428.8 yards allowed per game.
Defensively, the Fighting Irish have been a top-25 unit in terms of passing yards, ranking third-best by giving up only 158.6 passing yards per game. They rank 44th on offense (263.8 passing yards per game).
Notre Dame ranks 55th in run offense (165 rushing yards per game) and 38th in run defense (121.1 rushing yards allowed per game) this season.
The Fighting Irish have been clicking on all fronts this season, as they rank 12th-best in scoring offense (38.3 points per game) and ninth-best in scoring defense (15.3 points allowed per game).
Clemson Stats & Insights
The Fighting Irish took down the Pittsburgh Panthers 58-7 in their last game.
Clemson has been excelling on the defensive side of the ball, allowing just 267.1 total yards per game (sixth-best). Offensively, it ranks 48th by posting 415.6 total yards per game.
The Tigers’ pass defense has been leading the way for the team, as they rank ninth-best in the FBS with 167.8 passing yards surrendered per game. In terms of offense, they are generating 259 passing yards per game, which ranks 46th.
Clemson has been excelling on run defense, giving up only 99.4 rushing yards per game (16th-best). Offensively, it ranks 68th in the FBS by piling up 156.6 rushing yards per game.
The Tigers rank 64th in the FBS with 28.8 points per game on offense, and they rank 38th with 21 points surrendered per contest on the defensive side of the ball.
Notre Dame Key Players to Watch
Sam Hartman has 2,126 passing yards (236.2 ypg) to lead Notre Dame, completing 65.4% of his passes and recording 18 touchdown passes and five interceptions this season.
Audric Estime’s team-high 901 rushing yards (100.1 per game) have come on 146 carries, with 12 touchdowns this year.
This season Jeremiyah Love has taken 42 carries for 273 yards (30.3 per game) and one touchdown.
Mitchell Evans’ 422 receiving yards (60.3 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s registered 29 receptions and one touchdown.
Chris Tyree has collected 417 receiving yards (46.3 yards per game) and three touchdowns, reeling in 19 passes this year.
Jayden Thomas’ 17 grabs have yielded 251 yards (35.9 ypg) and one touchdown.
Clemson Key Players to Watch
Cade Klubnik has 1,947 passing yards (243.4 ypg) to lead Clemson, completing 63.9% of his passes and throwing 13 touchdown passes and five interceptions this season.
The team’s top rusher, Will Shipley, has carried the ball 112 times for 515 yards (64.4 per game), with three touchdowns this year.
This season Phil Mafah has rushed for 439 yards (54.9 per game) on 73 carries with six touchdowns.
Beaux Collins’ 408 receiving yards (51 yards per game) lead all receivers on the team. He’s registered 30 receptions and two touchdowns.
Tyler Brown has recorded 395 receiving yards (49.4 yards per game) and two touchdowns, hauling in 31 passes this year.
Jake Briningstool’s 31 grabs have yielded 344 yards (43 ypg) and three touchdowns.