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ESPN’s Football Power Index projects Louisville to go 7-5 this season

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ESPN’s Football Power Index, which you can read about here, projects the Louisville Cardinals to have an average season in 2014. They say the Cards will go 7-5. Sure, it’s a winning record, but looking at the schedule, I would think that 7-5 would be viewed as a disappointment among most Louisville fans.

Here is what they say about the Cards:

Louisville 

Projected record: 7-5 
Strength of schedule: 55 
Chance of undefeated season: 0% 
Odds of ACC title: 0.3% 
Conference rank: 9 

Maybe I am too optimistic, but I would like to think that we have a better chance than 0.3% to win the ACC. There is a chance we could lose to both Florida State and Clemson, sure. But if you beat one of them, you could sneak into the ACC Championship depending on tie-breakers. 0.3 is just VERY low. And 9th overall in the conference? Hopefully this little projection makes its way to Bobby Petrino’s office. Someone make that happen.

To read about the rest of the ACC teams, click here.

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About Justin Renck

I am 28 years old, born and raised in Louisville. Graduated from UofL in 2008. Go Cards! Follow me on twitter @JustinRenck

Posted on July 15, 2014, in Football, Louisville Athletics and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. UNC is ranked #2 in the conference…I think the only way they do that is if the players don’t go to class…

    …oh wait…

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