Login  | Free Registration
Sunday, 4/29/2018
GEICO 500 - FoxSheet

You are viewing a condensed version of this FoxSheet. Login as a FoxSheets Subscriber to view the full sheet.
Not a member? Subscribe today and start taking advantage of our premium information, including the Game Estimator™, the Super Situations ™, the Power Trends ™, and many more features.
CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 11/24/2012Line$ LineOU LineScore




View Previous GameView Next Game
Week 13 Saturday, 11/24/2012 12:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
CONNECTICUT - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-6-3.62-53-717.311.2320.6(4.8)
Road Games1-4-30-33-213.47.4301.8(4.7)2.624.611.4320.0(4.8)0.8
Last 3 Games1-2-0.41-11-213.312.3320.7(4.9)
Turf Games0-2-20-21-113.55.0334.5(4.8)3.524.511.5305.0(4.6)0.5
Conference Games1-4-3.61-31-411.410.8317.4(4.7)2.421.28.0349.8(5.2)0.8
CONNECTICUT - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.311.217.231:2035-87(2.5)19-3159.7%234(7.5)66-321(4.8)(18.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.26.813.720.130:2239-157(4)18-3160.0%230(7.5)70-387(5.6)(14.4)
Offense Road Games13.47.417.829:4630-67(2.2)20-3557.8%235(6.8)65-302(4.7)(22.5)
Defense (All Games)18.47.415.328:3837-108(2.9)15-2953.1%189(6.6)66-296(4.5)(16.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.911.419.930:3838-145(3.8)19-3357.7%230(7)71-375(5.3)(15.7)
Defense Road Games24.611.418.030:1138-126(3.3)17-2958.0%194(6.8)67-320(4.8)(13)

LOUISVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-1+6.94-56-333.219.1434.3(6.4)1.024.614.1355.9(5.4)1.7
Home Games6-0+53-24-135.322.5469.8(6.7)0.721.39.7346.7(5.2)2.5
Last 3 Games2-1+0.91-13-035.019.3501.3(7.2)
Turf Games8-0+73-44-332.620.1426.4(6.2)1.020.711.1331.9(5.2)2.1
Conference Games4-1+2.92-24-135.417.8469.6(7.2)0.830.617.8390.4(5.5)1.8
LOUISVILLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.114.321.232:3639-167(4.3)20-3262.6%239(7.4)71-406(5.7)(14)
Offense Home Games35.322.524.833:0338-156(4.1)24-3273.6%313(9.7)70-470(6.7)(13.3)
Defense (All Games)24.614.119.928:1036-161(4.4)18-3060.9%195(6.6)66-356(5.4)(14.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.612.520.128:2038-162(4.3)18-3157.8%225(7.2)69-387(5.6)(15.8)
Defense Home Games21.39.720.726:5632-148(4.5)19-3457.9%199(5.9)66-347(5.2)(16.2)
Average power rating of opponents played: CONNECTICUT 30.7,  LOUISVILLE 30.2
CONNECTICUT - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/6/2012@ RUTGERS3-19L7.5L40U28-5314-33-191535-12318-27-1571
10/19/2012@ SYRACUSE10-40L5L43.5O18--623-41-296253-25114-20-2510
11/3/2012@ S FLORIDA6-13L7T46.5U31-4324-38-284334-8120-32-2021
11/24/2012@ LOUISVILLE            

LOUISVILLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/29/2012@ SOUTHERN MISS21-17W-10.5L48.5U50-18410-14-85248-2242-9-251
10/13/2012@ PITTSBURGH45-35W-2W50O31-15617-27-304034-9328-37-2870
10/20/2012S FLORIDA27-25W-6L56U33-12821-25-256144-19721-38-1892
11/10/2012@ SYRACUSE26-45L0L59O17-4836-50-424252-27815-23-2460
11/29/2012@ RUTGERS            
CONNECTICUT: UConn is heading into the 2012 season with another quarterback controversy. Transfer QB Chandler Whitmer had a strong showing in the spring game, but senior Johnny McEntee (2,110 pass yds, 12 TD, 8 INT) has the most experience after starting last year. The offensive line could be a problem as the Huskies lost two starters from what already wasn't a successful unit last year (4th-most sacks allowed in nation). This could significantly hurt the development of RB Lyle McCombs, who rushed for 1,151 yards (2nd in Big East) and 7 TD last season. The defensive line will once again be a strength for UConn (2.8 sacks per game, 13th in nation). DT Ryan Wirth didn't play a lot last year, but he dominated the spring game with 4.5 sacks. The secondary needs work (281 passing YPG allowed, 113th in FBS), but UConn has a chance to improve with several players who saw the field last year.
LOUISVILLE: The Cardinals are a young team, but they could be successful in the Big East this coming season. QB Teddy Bridgewater had a promising freshman year in which he threw for 2,129 yards and 14 TD. Despite his 12 picks, he's still thought of as the most talented signal-caller in the conference. He gets back his No. 1 WR as well in sophomore Michaelee Harris (team-best 455 rec yds). Louisville's ability to control the clock with the run will be important, but its top running back, junior Dominique Brown, averaged only 3.8 yards per carry last year. On the defensive end, Charlie Strong is very excited about the group of corners he has, as well as his linebackers. He's certainly not worried about a defensive line that was integral in stopping the run (101 rush YPG allowed, 10th in nation) and generating 33 sacks.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (CONNECTICUT-LOUISVILLE) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*UConn-Louisville Preview* ==========================


Connecticut (4-6) at No. 20 Louisville (9-1), 12:00 p.m. EDT

After putting together the best start in school history, Louisville saw its bid for an undefeated season come to an end its last time out.

While the No. 19 Cardinals still have a shot at the Big East title, they'll have to go after it without leading rusher Senorise Perry.

Louisville hopes to overcome Perry's absence and get back on track Saturday against road-challenged Connecticut.

The Cardinals (9-1, 4-1) allowed an average of 337.2 yards while opening 9-0 before yielding a season-high 524 in a 45-26 loss at Syracuse on Nov. 10. The defeat dropped Louisville into second place in the conference, one game behind No. 21 Rutgers with two to play - including a showdown with the Scarlet Knights next Thursday.

"What's important now is we have two games left. This is a two-game season and our players understand that," coach Charlie Strong told the school's official athletics website.

"I told them, 'Guys, I know this. We go to Syracuse and we got our butt kicked in. Still though, you have to beat Rutgers to go win it.' So, your goal is still there. Whatever is in front of us is still there. It's all about taking care of Connecticut. Let's not worry about Rutgers."

While Louisville will try to keep its focus on the Huskies (4-6, 1-4), its thoughts will also surely be with Perry, who entered Week 11 with a conference-best 11 rushing touchdowns before tearing his right ACL on the opening series against the Orange.

With Perry out for the season, the Cardinals plan to lean on Jeremy Wright. The junior ranks second on the team with 680 rushing yards but managed just 29 on 10 carries versus Syracuse.

"I think we will be OK running the football," Strong said. "You look at the running backs and you know Senorise was a big-time part of our running game. ... You miss Senorise just because he's played so much."

With a week off following its loss, Louisville appears eager to get back on the field.

"It came at a great time for us," Strong said of the bye week. "You're looking at a football team that is still 9-1. ... This has been a special season. Our players have made an unbelievable run.

"The important thing is for us not to let one setback turn to frustration, excuse-making, lack of responsibility and poor individual habits. Always look at what we have left. Never look back at what we have lost. A losing team looks for excuses. A championship team looks for solutions."

Louisville, which has outscored opponents by an average of 14.0 points in going 6-0 at home, figures to find some answers against UConn. The Huskies lost their first four conference games but finally broke through Nov. 9 with a 24-17 win over Pittsburgh.

"We look at each other and see what we are capable of doing," said tight end Ryan Griffin, who hauled in six receptions for a season-high 84 yards and a touchdown. "Luckily tonight, we were hitting on all cylinders. We played well on both sides of the ball. ... This got us rejuvenated for the rest of the season for sure."

UConn could have a hard time keeping things going on the road, where it's been limited to an average of 10.8 points during a four-game losing streak. The Huskies, though, are yielding a Big East-low 188.6 passing yards per game and looking forward to the challenge of trying to contain Teddy Bridgewater.

Bridgewater, who recorded a career-high 424 passing yards against Syracuse, has thrown 21 TD passes compared to just five picks and ranks fifth in the FBS with a 168.7 passer rating.

"Louisville is obviously an excellent team," UConn coach Paul Pasqualoni said. "They have one of the top quarterbacks in the country. It will be a hostile environment for sure, a tough place to play."

Connecticut had taken three straight in this series before losing the last two, including a 26-0 defeat the last time it visited Louisville in 2010.

The Huskies have dropped eight straight matchups against ranked foes by an average of 18.5 points.

Game Notes:

Last Updated: 4/24/2018 3:38:47 PM EST

You are viewing a condensed version of this FoxSheet. Login as a FoxSheets Subscriber to view the full sheet.
Not a member? Subscribe today and start taking advantage of our premium information, including the Game Estimator™, the Super Situations ™, the Power Trends ™, and many more features.