Notre Dame's game against Clemson essentially came down to one play: a two-point conversion with less than 10 seconds remaining.
The Fighting Irish scored a touchdown with seven seconds left to cut the Tigers' lead to two points. So, Brian Kelly's squad had to go for two. They didn't get it - freshman quarterback DeShone Kizer was stuffed by Clemson's defense on a rushing attempt.
Following the 24-22 loss, Kelly gave the details on the play call. He said Kizer had the option to call a pass at the line of scrimmage but went with the run. "He made the right call," Kelly said.
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Notre Dame, which suffered its first loss of the season tonight, will play Navy next Saturday.