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Louisville 59 Marshall 28


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Overall, the Cards looked good. It was 52-7 at the end of the third. One of Marshall's touchdowns in the 4th quarter was off of a fumble recovery that was ran in after being picked up. Lamar Jackson threw for 417 yards with 5 touchdowns and one interception. He also rushed for 62 yards and two touchdowns. Brandon Radcliffe also had a nice night running for 131 yards on 19 carries and a touchdown.

 

On to Death Valley next weekend, can't wait!

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Slightly concerned about pass blocking with Clemson's defensive front looming. Thought adjustments would be made at half but weren't. It was as if a couple of the lineman visited the Golden Corral just before kickoff and loaded up.

 

Or, perhaps I'm being overly picky.

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This is a significant win for UL because they dominated a team even when they weren't playing well. That is what good teams do. Jackson was more of a passer than a runner and I suspect that was by Petrino's design. Jackson would not be putting up the numbers he is if he were playing for a coach other than Petrino. Having Jackson and the other skill players at his disposal, Petrino must feel like a mad scientist concocting all kinds of devilish plays to be used at the most unexpected times. TE Cole Hikutini made some nice catches.

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Louisville needed this game. Marshall focused on eliminating Jackson running, so the Cards had to deal with a little bit of adversity in a hostile environment. I much prefer this over an absolute slaughtering, as there are several areas for improvement and plenty for Bobby to be ticked about. :lol2:

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