Eli Rogers

-Eli Rogers passed Joshua Tinch in Career Receptions and is now #6 ALL-Time with 165 catches.  Eli needs 8 more hauls to tie current Atlanta Falcon Harry Douglas.

Career
Receptions
1 Arnold Jackson 299
2 Ibn Green 217
3 JR Russell 187
4 Miguel Montano 175
5 Harry Douglas 173
6 Eli Rogers 165
7 Joshua Tinch 162
8 Jamie Asher 153
9 Ralph Dawkins 151
10 Deion Branch 143
11 DeVante Parker 138
12 Lavell Boyd 135

–Eli remained at #11 in career receiving yardage with 1871 yards but did move closer to former All-Pro WR Mark Clayton. and needs just 33 yards to tie Clayton for #10 All-Time at UofL.

Career  
Rec Yards  
1 Arnold Jackson 3670
2 Harry Douglas 2924
3 Ibn Green 2830
4 JR Russell 2619
5 DeVante Parker 2410
6 Miguel Montano 2305
7 Mario Urrutia 2271
8 Deion Branch 2204
9 Joshua Tinch 2195
10 Mark Clayton 2004
11 Eli Rogers 1871
12 Zek Parker 1804

DeVante Parker 

-A week after moving up two places in Career Receiving Yardage, DeVante passed two more Louisville legends on Saturday moving up to #5 All-Time in Receiving Yardage in school history.  Mario Urrutia was in attendance at Boston College to see DeVante Parker pass him in career receiving yardage, Parker also passed Miguel Montano on the school career list.  DeVante now needs 209 yards to match J.R. Russell’s #4 mark, Parker currently has 2410 career receiving yards.

Career  
Rec Yards  
1 Arnold Jackson 3670
2 Harry Douglas 2924
3 Ibn Green 2830
4 JR Russell 2619
5 DeVante Parker 2410
6 Miguel Montano 2305
7 Mario Urrutia 2271
8 Deion Branch 2204
9 Joshua Tinch 2195
10 Mark Clayton 2004
11 Eli Rogers 1871
12 Zek Parker 1804

-‘Spiderman’ also passed Lavell Boyd in Career Receptions, now is 11th ALL-Time with 138.  With 5 more catches, Parker will tie  Super Bowl XXXIX MVP Deion Branch to move into the Top 10.

Career
Receptions
1 Arnold Jackson 299
2 Ibn Green 217
3 JR Russell 187
4 Miguel Montano 175
5 Harry Douglas 173
6 Eli Rogers 165
7 Joshua Tinch 162
8 Jamie Asher 153
9 Ralph Dawkins 151
10 Deion Branch 143
11 DeVante Parker 138
12 Lavell Boyd 135

-DeVante’s 1st TD of the season was the 29th of his career edging him closer to Arnold Jackson.  Currently #3 in school history and needs just 2 to tie Arnold Jackson in Career Receiving Touchdowns at UofL.

Career  
Rec TDs  
1 Ibn Green 33
2 Arnold Jackson 31
3 DeVante Parker 29
4 Anthony Cummings 25
5 JR Russell 19
5 Deion Branch 18
7 Gary Barnidge 17
8 Mario Urrutia 16
9 Harry Douglas 15
10 Zek Parker 13

Gerod Holliman

-Holliman set the Season Interception mark passing Anthony Floyd for #1 in school history with 13 Interceptions.

Season
INTs
1 Gerod Holliman (’14) 13
2 Anthony Floyd (’00) 10
3 Ray Buchanan (’91) 8
4 Wally Oyler (’66) 7
4 AJ Jacobs (’74) 7
4 Kirk Perry (’83) 7
4 Anthony Bridges (’93) 7
4 Sam Madison (’95) 7
9 6 x last by 6
William Gay (’06)

-Hot Rod’s 13 picks is also #6 in school history for a Career.  Against BC, Gerod passed Anthony Bridges, Otis Wilson, Sebastian Curry, Mike Detenber, and Dan Bednarski for Career INTs. Holliman needs 1 more to tie Rashad Holman for #5 All-Time at UofL in a career.

Career
INTs
1 Anthony Floyd 18
2 San Madison 16
3 Leon Williams 15
4 Ray Buchanan 15
5 Rashad Holman 14
6 Gerod Holliman 13
7 Dan Bednarski 11
8 Mike Detenber 11
9 Sebastian Curry 11
9 Otis Wilson 10
9 Anthony Bridges 10

Lorenzo Mauldin

Mauldin did not play vs. Boston College so his numbers and rankings also did not change.  But just to keep it up to date.

-LOZO is tied at #9 with Ted Washington for Career Tackles for Loss at the University of Louisville.

Career
TFL
1 Dewayne White 56.5
2 Michael Josiah 43
3 Elvis Dumervil 42.5
4 Tyrus McCloud 36
5 Jeff Henry 35
6 Marcus Smith 33
7 Otis Wilson 32
7 Donovan Arp 32
9 Ted Washington 31
9 Lorenzo Mauldin 31
11 Terry Rice-Lockett 30
11 Anthony Bridges 28

-Mauldin is #9 in Career Sacks at UofL with 20.5 just 2.5 short of tying Marcus Jones at #8.

Career
Sacks
1 Dewayne White 37.5
2 Elvis Dumervil 32
3 Michael Josiah 31
4 Kendirck Gholston 29
5 Mike Flores 27
6 Joe Johnson 25
7 Marcus Smith 24
8 Marcus Jones 23
9 Lorenzo Mauldin 20.5
10 Carl Powell 17

 John Wallace

-John hit his 13th Field Goal of the 2014 season, tying Art Carmody (2007), Nate Smith (2001), and Deave Betz (1980) for 7th All-Time in a single season.  Wallace already has the #2 & #3 marks in a single season from his freshman & sophomore seasons.

Field Goals Season
1 Art Carmody 2006 21
2 John Wallace 2013 20
3 John Wallace 2012 16
4 Ron Bell 1989 15
4 Nate Smith 2003 14
4 Art Carmody 2005 14
7 Chris Philpott 2010 14
7 Dave Betz 1980 13
7 Nate Smith 2001 13
7 Art Carmody 2007 13
7 John Wallace 2014 13

-Wallace now has 49 made Field Goals in a career, #2 All-Time and 11 shy of Lou Groza Award Winner Art Carmody’s Career mark.

Field Goals Career
1 Art Carmody 60
2 John Wallace 49
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

-John has also made 39 extra points in 2014, the 11th best in school history.

XPs Season
1 Art Carmody 2004 77
2 Art Carmody 2005 63
3 Art Carmody 2006 60
4 Art Carmody 2007 53
5 John Wallace 2013 52
6 Jon Hilbert 1998 50
7 Nate Smith 2003 50
8 Chris Philpott 2010 41
9 Jon Hilbert 1999 40
9 Nate Smith 2002 40
11 Nate Smith 2010 39
11 John Wallace 2014 39

Team Points Per Game

-Currently Louisville is scoring 31.6 points per game which would be the 10th best in school history.

Points Per Game
1 2004 49.8
2 2005 43.4
3 1998 40.4
4 2006 37.8
5 1999 37.5
6 2007 35.2
6 2013 35.2
8 2003 34.6
9 2000 32.3
10 2012 31.2
11 1972 30.9
2014 31.6


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