Eli Rogers

-Mr. Reliable remains at #7 All-Time in Career Receptions with 161.  With 1 catch Eli will tie Joshua (Greg) Tinch for #6 All-Time.

-Eli Rogers also passed Zek Parker in Career Receiving Yardage and now is #11 All-Time in school history.

Career Career  
Receptions Rec Yards  
1 Arnold Jackson 299 1 Arnold Jackson 3670
2 Ibn Green 217 2 Harry Douglas 2924
3 JR Russell 187 3 Ibn Green 2830
4 Miguel Montano 175 4 JR Russell 2619
5 Harry Douglas 173 5 Miguel Montano 2305
6 Joshua Tinch 162 6 Mario Urrutia 2271
7 Eli Rogers 161 7 Deion Branch 2204
8 Jamie Asher 153 8 Joshua Tinch 2195
9 Ralph Dawkins 151 9 DeVante Parker 2052
10 Deion Branch 143 10 Mark Clayton 2004
11 Lavell Boyd 135 11 Eli Rogers 1811
12 Zek Parker 1804

DeVante Parker

-Against NC State DeVante Parker surpassed Mark Clayton for Career Receiving Yardage for #9 in school history.  Parker now has 2052 yards in his Cardinal Career.

-Parker did not record a TD vs. the Wolfpack but needs just 3 to tie Arnold Jackson for #2 in school history.

Career   Career  
Rec Yards   Rec TDs  
1 Arnold Jackson 3670 1 Ibn Green 33
2 Harry Douglas 2924 2 Arnold Jackson 31
3 Ibn Green 2830 3 DeVante Parker 28
4 JR Russell 2619 4 Anthony Cummings 25
5 Miguel Montano 2305 5 JR Russell 19
6 Mario Urrutia 2271 5 Deion Branch 18
7 Deion Branch 2204 7 Gary Barnidge 17
8 Joshua Tinch 2195 8 Mario Urrutia 16
9 DeVante Parker 2052 9 Harry Douglas 15
10 Mark Clayton 2004 10 Zek Parker 13
11 Eli Rogers 1811
12 Zek Parker 1804

 Lorenzo Mauldin

-LOZO remains #9 All-Time in School History in Career Sacks with 20.  Mauldin needs 3 to tie Marcus Jones at the #8 spot.

-Versus NC State, Lorenzo passed Terry Rice-Lockett for the #10 spot in Career Tackles For Loss in school history.  Mr. Sack Your QB needs just a half TFL to tie Ted Washington & Donovan Arp for the #9 spot.

Career Career
Sacks TFL
1 Dewayne White 37.5 1 Dewayne White 56.5
2 Elvis Dumervil 32 2 Michael Josiah 43
3 Michael Josiah 31 3 Elvis Dumervil 42.5
4 Kendirck Gholston 29 4 Tyrus McCloud 36
5 Mike Flores 27 5 Jeff Henry 35
6 Joe Johnson 25 6 Marcus Smith 33
7 Marcus Smith 24 7 Otis Wilson 32
8 Marcus Jones 23 7 Donovan Arp 32
9 Lorenzo Mauldin 20 9 Ted Washington 31
10 Carl Powell 17 10 Lorenzo Mauldin 30.5
11 Jim Hanna 15 11 Terry Rice-Lockett 30
11 Ted Washington 14 11 Anthony Bridges 28

Gerod Holliman

Hot Rod tied Louisville legend Ray Buchanan at the #2 spot for Interceptions in a single season at UofL when he recorded his 8th INT of the season against the Wolfpack.

Season
INTs
1 Anthony Floyd (’00) 10
2 Ray Buchanan (’91) 8
3 Gerod Holliman (’14) 8
4 Wally Oyler (’66) 7
5 AJ Jacobs (’74) 7
6 Kirk Perry (’83) 7
7 Anthony Bridges (’93) 7
8 Sam Madison (’95) 7

John Wallace

-The Elizabethtown kicker passed Nate Smith in Career Field Goals for the #2 spot in school history.  Wallace now has 47 three-pointers in his career and needs 13 more in his career to tie Lou Groza Award Winner Art Carmody’s school record of 60.  Wallace is a junior.

Field Goals Career
1 Art Carmody 60
2 John Wallace 47
3 Nate Smith 44
4 Ron Bell 36
5 David Akers 34
6 Chris Philpott 32
7 Wilbur Summers 24
8 Klaus Wilmsmeyer 22
9 Jon Hilbert 22
10 Danny Cerione 18
11 Phil Ellis 17

Team Stats We’re Tracking

-The Cardinal Defense has allowed 550 yards rushing thus far in 2014 which is a pace to allow just 894 yards. The pace would be #3 All-Time behind 1997’s 892 yard performance, and 2001’s record setting defense when the Cards allowed just 879 yards.  Boston College is likely to put up a rather large rushing total (due to their offensive style) but we’ll keep a close eye on this.

-UofL’s Defense is allowing just 14.6 points per game which would be the 6th best performance in school history.

-Additionally the Cards D has allowed only 1610 yards on the season, which paces for an outstanding 2616 yards allowed.  Such a total would yield the #6 Defensive performance in school history.

-UofL’s 30.9 points per game would be the 11th best scoring average in school history tying the 1972 Cards.

-Louisville has 1157 rushing yards this season, packing for a 1880 yards on the ground for the season which will leave this team rushing performance outside of the Top 10.

-The Cards have 1806 yards passing in 2014 thus far, pacing for a 2934 yards in the air which would not crack the Top 10 passing performances in school history.

 

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