The Louisville players certainly know what is at stake this Saturday when the Cats come to town. Cole Hikutini let it be known that he and the rest of the team will not hold anything back.
By David Burns: This article is going to explore the differences between the top four teams in the college football playoff rankings and Louisville. We are going to focus on 4 main stats: 1) Scoring Offense 2) Scoring Defense, 3) Total Offense and 4) Total Defense. Most of the highly ranked teams have one thing…
Here is what the Cards will be wearing tonight when they take on the Houston Cougars. Here's what the #5 ranked Cardinals will be wearing for Thursday night! #BeatHouston! 🤐 pic.twitter.com/zoo5KmGR8M — Louisville Equipment (@UofLEquipment) November 16, 2016
After the latest rankings were released on Tuesday night, the chairman of the College Football Playoff Committee, Kirby Hocutt, did about a 20-minute teleconference with reporters. The Courier-Journal’s Steve Jones asked a couple of questions specifically about Louisville. This is what Hocutt said about the Cards and why they were 5th.
More from the ACC Digital Network as they take a look at who should be ranked higher this week between Louisville and Clemson. We will see what the committee thinks tonight, although I still think these rankings are just for show and to get people talking. They aren’t the final ones, so they can be…
Here are Lamar’s top eight rushing touchdowns so far this season, according to the ACC Digital Network. What do you think? Which is your favorite?
Vegas usually knows what they are talking about. I always go back to when they said that Charlie Strong was the 2-1 favorite to get the Texas job. I thought there was no way it would happen. It did. Vegas knows.
ESPN is using its six-day option for the Louisville-Kentucky football game on November 26, meaning that we won’t know what time the game is until this coming Sunday, November 20.
The ACC just released their weekly awards, and Louisville senior Devonte Fields was named as the Defensive Lineman of the Week. From the release:
I mean, this is a little out of control. Lamar Jackson’s Heisman odds are now at 1-50. One to fifty! Updated Heisman odds via @LVSuperBook: Jackson 1-50, Peppers 15-1, Barrett & Watson 20-1, Falk 25-1, Barkley & Browning 30-1, Foreman 60-1 — Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) November 14, 2016