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UofL vs UNC Highlights


Here are some of the highlights from today’s ACC match up against UNC. The Cards started out slow & once again went into the 4th quarter behind but the Cards seem to only get better as the game goes on and prevailed 47-35.

UNC’s Larry Fedora: Discussing Louisville

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Photo Cred & Transcript via: The ACC Network

Coach Larry Fedora: We are looking forward to our first conference opener. Fortunate to have it at our place at home. This will be a heck of a chore against a tremendous player, a really good football team, a team that is coached very well, but we’re looking forward to finding out who we are.

What do you need to see from your quarterbacks this week in practice to kind of help you make a decision on who’s your guy for Saturday?

Coach Larry Fedora: You know, really we just need to see consistency, need to see the guys that are going to understand the game plan, be able to pick it up as quickly as possible because you’ve got two days to put it in. You know, who’s going to be able to handle that, move the chains, and make this unit better when they’re on the field.

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Bobby Petrino: ACC Teleconference Call

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Coach Petrino: We’re coming off of a good win at Purdue or actually up in Indianapolis last week. We didn’t do everything right. We had mistakes. We didn’t score enough touchdowns, particularly when we get down in the red zone like we’re used to doing. But Lamar played a great game. He completed 30 passes for 378 yards and rushed for another 100 yards. Defensively I liked what I saw. I thought our guys played with a lot of emotion. I thought they played fast and physical, so that was really good to see, and when the game was on the line, they completely shut down Purdue. Looking forward to going on the road to play a very good North Carolina team, a team that’s very talented and experienced, so with that, I’ll just open up for questions.

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