Games Of Interest: Wake Forest Week

With a Saturday night game on tap for the Cardinals, there is plenty of opportunity for fans to watch around the college football world and hope for some falling down in front of them. Wake Forest at #5 Louisville (7 PM, ESPN2) Favorite: Louisville by 35 (Check out Justin’s write up for a thorough summary)…

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Louisville at Boston College Preview

Where to Watch: Noon on ESPN2 Odds: LOU -25, O/U 55 Last Time: Louisville grinded out a 17-14 win over Boston College, overcoming four turnovers to start a late-season surge where the Cardinals won six of their final eight games in 2015. Louisville’s defense played an outstanding game, holding a paltry Boston College offense to 79 total yards (-14…

Louisville at Virginia Preview

#5 Louisville at Virginia ABC Noon (UL by 33.5) Last Time: Tied 17-17 at halftime, Louisville relied on a strong running game to put away the Cavaliers on a brisk November afternoon. Brandon Radcliff had a then career-high 146 yards and two touchdowns, while Kyle Bolin and Reggie Bonnafon both added touchdown passes in a 38-31 shootout…

CB Russ Yeast Commits to Louisville

Another day, another big time commitment for the University of Louisville. Defensive back Russ Yeast, who was the #4 rated player in the state of Indiana on 24/7 Sports, commits to Louisville almost a week after the Cards grabbed another top recruit in four-star running back Colin Wilson. Yeast chose the Cardinals over Auburn, Alabama and Kentucky, whom Yeast had committed…

Games Of Interest: NCST Week

If Saturday’s homecoming matchup against NC State isn’t enough for you, we’ve got another slate of games for you to watch with the playoff bid still alive. Here’s what we have suggested. Miami at Virginia Tech (Tonight, 7:00 pm, ESPN) In all likelihood, the winner of this will settle the ACC Coastal Division. If Virginia Tech wins, it will…

Louisville v. Marshall Preview

Last Time: After defeating Kentucky for the first time since 2011, Teddy Bridgewater made his first career start against the Marshall Thundering Herd. In spite of having a halftime lead, Marshall rallied with 10 points in the second half to pull off a 17-13 comeback win in Louisville. Louisville leads the all-time series 16-12, but Marshall has won the last four…