No. 4 Clemson has suffered its first and devastating loss of the season as the Tigers go on the road in Week 10 to lose to Notre Dame 35-14.

Clemson turned the ball over two times. One of them was returned by Notre Dame freshman cornerback Benjamin Morrison for 96-yards thrown by Tigers quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei early in the fourth quarter.

Notre Dame first got on the board thanks to a blocked punt from Jordan Botelho and returned for 17 yards by Prince Kollie.

The offense for Notre Dame accumulated 348 total yards with 263 yards rushing while not turning the ball over. Running back Logan Diggs rushed for 114 yards on 17 carries.

The defense of Notre Dame held Clemson to only 281 total yards, with only 90 of them coming from the running game.

Notre Dame gets its third win over Clemson in program history and its first since the 2020 regular season when they won 47-40 in South Bend. Clemson leads the series 4-3.