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Brian Kelly Reveals His Biggest Concern Against Clemson

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney talks with Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly ahead of a regular season college football game.

CLEMSON, SC - OCTOBER 03: (L-R) Head coach Dabo Swinney of the Clemson Tigers talks to head coach Brian Kelly of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish before their game at Clemson Memorial Stadium on October 3, 2015 in Clemson, South Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

In just over a week the College Football Playoff semifinals games will be played and two teams will move on to the championship game. No. 1 Alabama faces off against No. 4 Oklahoma, while No. 2 Clemson takes on No. 3 Notre Dame.

Three undefeated teams made the playoff this year, which is the most for any playoff. But only one matchup features two undefeated programs.

Brian Kelly and Dabo Swinney will look to keep their winning streaks alive as the Fighting Irish and Tigers meet.

Earlier this week, Kelly revealed his biggest concern when it comes to the game against Clemson. He's worried about the vaunted defensive line of the Tigers.

Notre Dame's offensive line will have its hands full with the Tigers front seven. Clemson features two - possibly three - first-round NFL draft picks on its defensive line.

Clemson and Notre Dame face off on December 29. Will the Tigers make it back to the title after falling to Alabama last year?

Or will Notre Dame gets its rematch against Alabama in the title game?