Louisville Football Announces Game Times For First Three Games

Game times for Louisville Football’s first three games of the 2022 football season. The first three games will be at Syracuse, at UCF, and the first home game against Florida State.

The Syracuse game will kickoff at 8 pm on Saturday night. It will air on the ACC Network. UofL beat the Orange last season 42-3 on the day Lamar Jackson had his number retired.

Game number two is a rematch against UCF. That game is a Friday night game in Orlando. Kickoff is set for 7:30 pm. UofL beat UCF 42-35 last season at Cardinal Stadium on a last second pick six by freshman linebacker Jaylin Alderman. This game will air on ESPN2

The third game will be the first game of the 2022 season at home. UofL will be facing old foe Florida State. It’s a Friday night, 7 pm kickoff at Cardinal Stadium. This game will air on ESPN. The Cards won last year’s contest 31-23, holding on after an interception by Kei’Trel Clark.

To read more about each game, check out UofL’s press release below:

Press Release From Louisville Athletics:

Subject: First Three Game Times Announced for Louisville Football 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville will open the 2022 football season with three straight night games, as announced today by the ACC.
The Cardinals will open league play on the road, kicking off on Saturday, Sept. 3 vs. Syracuse. That contest will have an 8 p.m. start time and will be broadcast by the ACC Network.
In week two, head coach Scott Satterfield’s squad will travel to Orlando to face UCF on Friday, Sept. 9 for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff on ESPN2. The Cardinals defeated the Knights 42-35 last season at Cardinal Stadium.

The Cardinals will open its home schedule on Friday, Sept. 16 with a visit from ACC foe Florida State. That game will be broadcast on ESPN with a 7 p.m. kick. This is the first time since 2003 that the Cardinals will play two true road games before opening the home schedule on the third week.

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