Clemson running back Will Shipley pulled off a sensational hurdle during a 25-yard touchdown scamper early in the third quarter against Louisville as the No. 10 Tigers went on to win 31-16. Shipley patiently navigated through the line of scrimmage before sprinting into the open field. However, three Louisville defenders waited in the secondary. No matter; Shipley jumped over the first defender, absorbed the hit from two others and stayed on his feet to easily waltz into the end zone. 

Shipley's run gave Clemson a three-score lead in what is shaping up to be a bounce-back performance after losing against Notre Dame in Week 10. The dynamic sophomore had 97 yards to go along with his touchdown, and he has taken a step forward in his second season and is close to reaching his first career 1,000-yard rushing effort. 

Clemson quarterback DJ Uiagalelei has been strong in a bounce-back performance, too, with 185 yards passing, 32 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Louisville was unable to get back into the game as quarterback Malik Cunningham was pulled in the third quarter with a shoulder injury.