PREVIEW: Cards vs. Irish


Series History

1st Meeting

Louisville vs. Notre Dame Podcast

My Prediction

This is a very solid match-up on paper.  Louisville comes off its 1st true BYE week of the season and played perhaps its most complete game of the season on the road at Boston College two weeks ago.  The Cards lost starting Quarterback Will Gardner in the game, but Louisville has had freshman Quarterback Reggie Bonnafon in for long stretches due to injuries to Gardner this season.  Reggie was outstanding against Boston College and was very effective against a very good BC defense.

Now another road test for the Cards, on Senior Day in Notre Dame Stadium is another story.  Once the game gets kicked off, the bagpipes, the band, the cold, and Touchdown Jesus are just peripheral noise…...

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VIDEO: Rick Pitino Marshall Post-Game, UofL 85 Marshall 67

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Louisville Will Wear Cleats to Honor Veterans vs. Notre Dame

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Traveon Samuel Officially Signs with Louisville

Wide receiver Traveon Samuel has signed with the University of Louisville football program, head coach Bobby Petrino announced on Friday.

A standout athlete from Central High in Phenix City, Ala., Samuel is a dynamic playmaker who is the first official signee for the Cardinals for the 2015 recruiting class.

Samuel has appeared in 10 games this season during his senior season, accounting for 1,764 all-purpose yards. He rushed 111 times for 861 yards and 11 scores, while catching 39 passes for 553 yards and three touchdowns.

During his junior season in 2013, Samuel racked up 781 rushing yards, 452 receiving yards and 24 total touchdowns.

As a sophomore, Samuel totaled 823 yards on the ground and 19 touchdowns, while catching 43 passes for 734 yards receiving and five touchdowns.

Named Top R...

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Gallery: Louisville vs Belmont (WBB)

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Notre Dame Offense vs. Louisville Defense


Notre Dame Offense vs. Louisville Defense

Notre Dame Offense

Total Defense Notre Dame Gained vs. Deviation from Avg. % Gained of Avg
Rice 382.3 576 193.7 150.67%
Michigan 300.8 280 -20.8 93.09%
Purdue 422 398 -24 94.31%
Syracuse 344.3 523 178.7 151.90%
Stanford 277.7 370 92.3 133.24%
North Carolina 511.6 519 7.4 101.45%
Florida State 385.8 470 84.2 121.82%
Navy 427.3 533 105.7 124.74%
Arizona State 406.7 487 80.3 119.74%
Northwestern 386.1 498 111.9 128.98%
Average 80.94 121.99%

Notre Dame’s Offense regularly outperforms its opponents’ average yardage allowed.  The Irish gain 81 yards more per game than its opponents have typically allowed on the season or 122%...

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Louisville vs. Notre Dame: Things to Do

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Campus Map Can Be Found Here

Friday November 21st

10 a.m. – 5: 00 p.m. Stadium Tunnel Tour (North Tunnel of Notre Dame Stadium): 

Since 1931, every Notre Dame football team has walked down the same tunnel, to the same field before every home football game. Every Irish fan has the opportunity to walk the same fabled walk every Irish player has taken for the past 81 years. Come experience the North Tunnel of Notre Dame Stadium, take pictures with the field in the background, and feel the echoes waiting to be awoke. Free and open to the public.

The Notre Dame Stadium tunnel tour will be open from 10:00am until 5:00pm, except during team walk-throughs.

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m...

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VIDEO: Bobby Petrino Talks Notre Dame


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VIDEO: Rick Pitino Previews Marshall + ACC Tournament Ticket Info

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The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced that tickets for “Opening Day Presented By Food Lion” of the 2015 ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament (Tuesday, March 10) will go on sale to the general public on Friday, November 21, at 10 a.m.

The historic opening day will tip off the first ACC Tournament to begin on a Tuesday. The five-day tournament will continue through the evening of March 14 at the Greensboro Coliseum, marking the first time since 1981 that the event has concluded with a Saturday night championship game.

Tickets for Tuesday’s action of the annual tournament will be sold separately from the tournament book. Reserved seats are $45 each, while general admission tickets are priced at $35...

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VIDEO: Gerod Holliman, Todd Grantham, & Brian Kelly Talks ND vs. Louisville

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