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CFB : ATS Matchup
Saturday 10/26/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
LOUISVILLE
 
S FLORIDA
-19  

+19  
-1600

+850

45.5
 
34
Final
3

LOUISVILLE (6 - 1) at S FLORIDA (2 - 4)
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Week 9 Saturday, 10/26/2013 12:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
197LOUISVILLE-20.5-20
198S FLORIDA46.546.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
LOUISVILLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games6-1-5.53-42-540.122.6496.7(7.6)1.011.72.4260.9(4.4)2.1
Road Games2-0+11-10-228.517.0508.5(7.3)0.510.01.5315.5(5.2)2.5
Last 3 Games2-1-6.50-31-229.718.3477.0(7.2)1.718.34.7313.7(5.1)2.7
Grass Games2-0+11-10-228.517.0508.5(7.3)0.510.01.5315.5(5.2)2.5
Conference Games2-1-6.50-31-229.718.3477.0(7.2)1.718.34.7313.7(5.1)2.7
LOUISVILLE - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)40.122.623.132:2333-166(5)23-3271.6%331(10.3)65-497(7.6)(12.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.29.816.221.431:1336-153(4.2)21-3364.7%272(8.2)69-425(6.1)(14.2)
Offense Road Games28.517.024.034:1837-209(5.6)20-3264.1%299(9.3)69-508(7.3)(17.8)
Defense (All Games)11.72.413.426:5132-87(2.7)14-2752.9%174(6.4)59-261(4.4)(22.3)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.710.917.328:5537-132(3.6)16-2759.1%204(7.4)64-336(5.2)(14.8)
Defense Road Games10.01.515.025:4129-105(3.6)15-3147.6%210(6.7)61-315(5.2)(31.5)

S FLORIDA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games2-4-1.33-32-416.210.5258.5(4.3)2.230.217.5360.5(5.4)2.2
Home Games1-3-2.81-32-219.511.7292.0(4.8)2.537.522.0385.5(5.9)2.5
Last 3 Games2-1+3.72-11-220.013.3252.3(4.3)1.726.317.0415.3(5.7)3.0
Grass Games2-4-1.33-32-416.210.5258.5(4.3)2.230.217.5360.5(5.4)2.2
Conference Games2-0+4.72-00-219.516.5234.5(4)1.015.08.0353.0(4.7)2.5
S FLORIDA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)16.210.513.228:2833-120(3.6)11-2740.2%138(5.1)61-258(4.3)(16)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2110.91628:1134-134(4)16-3150.6%188(6)65-322(5)(15.3)
Offense Home Games19.511.713.528:2133-128(3.9)13-2747.3%164(6)60-292(4.8)(15)
Defense (All Games)30.217.518.731:2337-160(4.3)16-2954.2%200(6.8)67-360(5.4)(12)
Opponents Offensive Avg.32.717.920.332:4839-169(4.3)19-3259.3%236(7.4)71-405(5.7)(12.4)
Defense Home Games37.522.018.731:3837-146(3.9)17-2762.7%239(8.7)65-385(5.9)(10.3)
Average power rating of opponents played: LOUISVILLE 25.3,  S FLORIDA 30.7
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
LOUISVILLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/1/2013OHIO U49-7W-21W58U40-19925-31-416128-8115-31-1921
9/7/2013E KENTUCKY44-7W-40.5L -28-7823-34-397042-10710-16-992
9/14/2013@ KENTUCKY27-13W-11W58U41-24216-28-250131-16217-37-2143
9/21/2013FLA INTERNATIONAL72-0W-41W55.5O29-21022-27-254034-34-9-271
10/5/2013@ TEMPLE30-7W-33L58U34-17725-36-348028-4813-26-2072
10/10/2013RUTGERS24-10W-19L55.5U36-15121-31-310327-1220-37-2284
10/18/2013UCF35-38L-14.5L55.5O24-10429-38-341232-19621-33-2502
10/26/2013@ S FLORIDA            
11/8/2013@ CONNECTICUT            
11/16/2013HOUSTON            
11/23/2013MEMPHIS            

S FLORIDA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
8/31/2013MCNEESE ST21-53L-20.5L48.5O21-13319-40-209342-18016-25-2441
9/7/2013@ MICHIGAN ST6-21L21W41.5U35-896-26-66238-17112-24-942
9/14/2013FLA ATLANTIC10-28L-12L45U40-1679-25-130336-13010-17-981
9/28/2013MIAMI21-49L17.5L48.5O33-9913-27-189339-16519-32-3754
10/5/2013CINCINNATI26-20W10.5W47U37-11211-18-129133-11024-36-2404
10/12/2013@ CONNECTICUT13-10W3.5W40.5U34-1228-28-106137-20715-43-1491
10/26/2013LOUISVILLE            
10/31/2013@ HOUSTON            
11/16/2013MEMPHIS            
11/23/2013SMU            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
LOUISVILLE: The Cardinals should go 12-0 with a cake schedule and both QB Teddy Bridgewater (3,718 yds, 27 TD, 8 INT) and WR DeVante Parker (744 rec. yds, 18.6 YPC, 10 TD) back. RBs Senorise Perry (705 rush yds, 11 TD) and Dominique Brown (592 rush yds career) are both legit. A good defense (340 YPG, 23rd in FBS) should be even better, especially the front seven led by DE Deiontrez Mount and MLB Preston Brown (109 tackles). FS Hakeem Smith (73 tackles) and SS Calvin Pryor (100 tackles) pace a top-notch secondary.
S FLORIDA: USF closed with a 1-9 mark, scoring 8.8 PPG in the final four games. QBs Matt Floyd (0 TD, 5 INT) and Bobby Eveld (3 TD, 7 INT career) are huge drop-offs from B.J. Daniels. WR Andre Davis (534 rec. yds, 6 TD) is impressive, but top RB Marcus Shaw (4.9 YPC, 0 TD) doesn't exude greatness. New DC Chuck Bresnahan doesn't have a lot to work with, but former Notre Dame DE Aaron Lynch is beastly, and LB DeDe Lattimore (76 tackles) can also play.
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (LOUISVILLE-SOUTH FLORIDA) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Louisville-South Florida Preview* ==================================

No. 20 Louisville (6-1) at South Florida (2-4), 12:00 p.m. EDT

(AP) - Louisville coach Charlie Strong doesn't believe his team's season is lost after one defeat.

The American Athletic Conference championship and the automatic BCS bowl berth that comes with it remain in play for the No. 18 Cardinals (6-1, 2-1) despite last Friday's stunning 38-35 upset loss to Central Florida. But they'll need help from teams above them in the standings, and the Cardinals have little to no room for error.

The upside is the schedule seems to line up well for them with consecutive road games at South Florida (2-4, 2-0) on Saturday and winless Connecticut on Nov. 8. Louisville's challenge now is winning the games it's supposed to after the devastating loss that dashed lofty hopes of a shot at the national championship and dampened the Heisman Trophy buzz for junior quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

"We still have five games to play and that's why I tell the team it's so important that you go game by game and worry about the task at hand and not about what everyone else says," Strong said Monday.

"It's so hard for young guys to understand that because they listen to what everyone else says, and then all of a sudden when you get slapped in the face, you get a wakeup call. This will be a good wakeup call for them."

Judging from some players' postgame demeanor, the Cardinals seemed ready to move forward immediately after blowing a 28-7 lead, then reclaiming it, only to lose it again in the final minute. Bridgewater was already looking ahead to USF and Strong said he hasn't had to remind them of the opportunity they lost.

On the other hand, Louisville's fourth-year coach conceded that he has needed more time to digest the setback. Strong said he didn't sleep Friday night and avoided watching games over the weekend.

Three days later, the loss still seemed to gnaw at him.

"It lingers, but I have to move on myself," Strong said. "A lot of times, they're going to react the way I react. I told them Sunday to put it to rest and get ready for South Florida. We can't let this game beat us twice."

Louisville's road back to league contention begins in Tampa against a USF squad coming off a bye following its 13-10 win at UConn. The Bulls have beaten the Huskies and Cincinnati without scoring an offensive touchdown, returning fumbles to the end zone against each.

Offsetting a young offense that has scored just six TDs under first-year Bulls coach Willie Taggart is a defense that ranks fourth in the AAC (360.5 yards per game) and has recovered seven fumbles. Junior kicker Marvin Kloss has made nine of 10 field goals, including a 52-yarder, and ranks sixth in league scoring with 37 points.

Whether Louisville can take advantage of a USF team in transition depends on if the Cardinals tackle better than they did in the second half against UCF. Though Strong credited the Knights' speed and talent for UCF's ability to rally from a 21-point deficit, he also blamed bad angles and positioning by his Cardinals for some of the missed stops that resulted in big gains.

Ranked third nationally in sacks going into the game against UCF, the Cardinals recorded none - nor any tackles for loss - and allowed the Knights to convert 5 of 11 third-down opportunities after entering having limited opponents to just 24.1 percent.

After letting a game that seemed to be in hand slip from its grasp, Strong expects his defense to bounce back at USF. And while the Cardinals' climb back to the top is steeper, there's still a lot to play for.

Whether it results in a league title or a BCS bid depends on the Cardinals handling their business first to keep pressure on leaders Houston, UCF and USF.

"We still have a chance to end up with an outstanding season and end up the way you want it," Strong said.

Louisville had its hands full with the Bulls last season, needing an 11-yard TD pass from Bridgewater to Eli Rogers with 1:35 left to come away with a 27-25 win.

"They're a football team and they put on pads just like the rest of us," Taggart told the Bulls' official website. "We didn't put that ranking on them, someone else did that. We have to show up and we have to play."

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Last Updated: 9/3/2014 1:49:00 AM EST


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