STS: While Clemson fans have been familiar with Bobby Petrino thanks to his Atlanta Falcons debacle, how would you describe what he is trying to do with his second stint at Louisville?
STS: Louisville's defense has been extremely impressive in allowing only 12.7 points per game. Is this a function of talent, a terrible schedule, or a bit of both?
STS: You guys are also only allowing 58.33 rushing yards per game while also having 12 interceptions on defense. What is the general defensive game plan from Louisville most weeks?
STS: Clemson has shown a real ability to complete the deep ball with 3 outstanding receivers. How does Louisville stop the deep ball while also preventing the run so effectively?
STS: News broke on Monday that Louisville receiver DeVante Parker might play on Saturday. What should Clemson fans be worried about with him on the field?