Deshaun Watson had time for Irish on Twitter

Deshaun Watson Clemson Tigers (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Deshaun Watson Clemson Tigers (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images) /

Former Clemson football quarterback, Deshaun Watson, had some spare time on Wednesday and let Notre Dame fans know what he expects to happen in November.

Deshaun Watson was part of numerous memorable and epic Clemson football games during his three years in the Upstate. The most memorable regular-season game happened in 2015 during a night game against Notre Dame when the two teams played in an actual hurricane.

Of course, if you listen to Notre Dame fans tell the story, you would swear it was only raining when the Irish offense had the ball and was a beautiful sunny afternoon when the Tigers were on offense.

As we know, a goal-line stand by the Tigers defense was the difference as Clemson beat Notre Dame 24-22 in Death Valley. That win would help propel Clemson football to its first national title game appearance in 35 years and would be the start of an unprecedented run in program history.

On Wednesday, former Clemson football quarterback Tajh Boyd asked twitter if Notre Dame would be a contender in 2020, to which Deshaun replied “HELL NO”.

Of course, Notre Dame fans had something to say to Deshaun Watson he was wrong and that not only would the Irish be a contender, but they would beat Clemson in 2020.

Not only did Notre Dame fans let Deshaun know he was wrong, but former Irish quarterback DeShone Kizer attempted to make a public bet with Deshaun for the November matchup.

Watson let Kizer know that he had his phone number and could hit him up anytime to make that bet. Hopefully, at some point, they will make that bet known.

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Notre Dame has one of the easiest schedules in college football in 2020, they will come into the early November game against Clemson football undefeated and riding high, much as they did in 2018 before getting embarrassed in the Cotton Bowl.