Louisville vs. Clemson: How To Watch, Betting Odds, & More

Louisville will go on the road for a late tip against the Tigers

Louisville guard Hercy Miller (15) kept his eyes open on defense as the Louisville Cardinals hosted
Louisville guard Hercy Miller (15) kept his eyes open on defense as the Louisville Cardinals hosted / Jeff Faughender/Courier Journal and USA
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The Louisville Cardinals will travel to Clemson to take on the Tigers tonight as the struggling Cards look for answers against a once highly ranked Clemson team.

Clemson started the season at 11-1 and ranked 18th in the AP poll, however, since then the Tigers have gone 2-5 with wins against Boston College and Florida State, and most recently a heartbreaking 72-21 loss to Duke at Cameron Indoor.

Louisville is losers of their last 5 games coming off a disasterous game against Virginia, where at one point they were down 30 points at home to the Cavaliers. The Cardinals will need a lot to go right if they want a chnace in this game, but in true Kenny Payne fashion I'm sure they will find an odd way to keep it close somehow until in the 2nd half the Tigers pull away.

Here is everything you need to know for the Tigers and the Cardinals:

How Can I Watch/Listen To Louisville vs. Wake Forest?

  • Date: Wednesday, January 30th
  • Time: 9:00 PM
  • Venue: Little-John Coliseum
  • TV/Streaming: ACCN
  • Radio: 93.9 The Ville

What Are The Betting Odds For Louisville vs. Wake Forest?

As I currently write this article Louisville is a +16.5 point underdog against Clemson, with the over/under being 149.5. Louisville is also +1000 on the moneyline, while Clemson is -1800 on the moneyline.

What Injuries Are Louisville Dealing With?

Emmanuel Okorafor came back on Saturday for the Cardinals, so he should still be good to go against Clemson tonight. While Dennis Evans and JJ Traynor will be out for the rest of the season, including tonight against Clemson