Josh Harvey-Clemons snags two passes away from the Tigers in Louisville debut
09/06/2015 09:00 PM
The conversations have started already as to if Junior Safety Josh Harvey-Clemons will fill the 14 interception void left by his predecessor Gerod Holliman. In the Cards 31-24 loss to Auburn, Harvey-Clemons picked off two passes from Auburn QB Jeremy Johnson to keep the Cardinals in the game.
This was the first time the Georgia transfer played for the Cardinals after sitting out a year, and the 6-5 safety was excited to finally show Card Nation what he was capable of. After the game, Harvey-Clemons talked about the team’s slow start and how it felt to be able to immediately make a contribution on defense.
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