#6 in Career Receptions
Eli remained at #6 in receptions during a career and now needs just 2 more to tie Harry Douglas for fifth all-time at Louisville.
#11 in Career Receiving Yardage
Rogers remained at #11 in Career Receiving Yards and needs 65 yards to tie Mark Clayton at #10 All-Time as a Card.
Tied #1 Career Receiving Touchdowns
Spiderman’s 3 Touchdowns versus Kentucky pulled him into a tie for #1 All-Time for Receiving TDs in a career with Ibn Green and now has 33 scoring grabs in his career. Green was present on the field to see DeVante tie his record vs. Kentucky.
#4 in Career Receiving Yards
DeVante Parker passed J.R. Russell for #4 in career receiving yardage vs. Kentucky. DeVante now has 2655 yards receiving.
#10 in Career Receptions
Parker passed former Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch for #10 All-Time in Career Receptions. DeVante now needs just 3 more grabs to time Ralph Dawkins for #9 in a career at UofL.
|Receptions||Rec Yards||Rec TDs|
|1||Arnold Jackson||299||1||Arnold Jackson||3670||1||Ibn Green||33|
|2||Ibn Green||217||2||Harry Douglas||2924||2||DeVante Parker||33|
|3||JR Russell||187||3||Ibn Green||2830||3||Arnold Jackson||31|
|4||Miguel Montano||175||4||DeVante Parker||2655||4||Anthony Cummings||25|
|5||Harry Douglas||173||5||JR Russell||2619||5||JR Russell||19|
|6||Eli Rogers||171||6||Miguel Montano||2305||5||Deion Branch||18|
|7||Joshua Tinch||162||7||Mario Urrutia||2271||7||Gary Barnidge||17|
|8||Jamie Asher||153||8||Deion Branch||2204||8||Mario Urrutia||16|
|9||Ralph Dawkins||151||9||Joshua Tinch||2195||9||Harry Douglas||15|
|10||DeVante Parker||148||10||Mark Clayton||2004||10||Zek Parker||13|
|11||Deion Branch||143||11||Eli Rogers||1939|
|12||Lavell Boyd||135||12||Zek Parker||1804|
#1 Single Season Interceptions
Also an NCAA Record. Holliman’s 14 INTs in 2014 ties the NCAA Record set in 1968 by Washington’s Al Worley. Holliman stands 4 Interceptions apart from any other Cardinal in a single season.
#5 Career Interceptions
Hot Rod also ranks tied for #5 in Interceptions in a Cardinal career (all of which came from 2014) with 14. Gerod is tied with Rashad Holman for fifth all-time.
|1||Gerod Holliman (’14)||14||1||Anthony Floyd||18|
|2||Anthony Floyd (’00)||10||2||San Madison||16|
|3||Ray Buchanan (’91)||8||3||Leon Williams||15|
|4||Wally Oyler (’66)||7||3||Ray Buchanan||15|
|4||AJ Jacobs (’74)||7||5||Rashad Holman||14|
|4||Kirk Perry (’83)||7||5||Gerod Holliman||14|
|4||Anthony Bridges (’93)||7||7||Dan Bednarski||11|
|4||Sam Madison (’95)||7||7||Mike Detenber||11|
|9||6 x last by||6||7||Sebastian Curry||11|
|William Gay (’06)||10||Otis Wilson||10|
Tied #7 in Career Tackles for Loss
LOZO is tied with Otis Wilson & Donovan Arp for Career Tackles for Loss after passing Ted Washington. Mauldin now has 32 TFLs all-time and needs just 1 more to tie Marcus Smith for #6 All-Time.
#8 in Career Sacks
Mauldin is 9th in Career Sacks at UofL and needs 2.5 more QB takedowns to tie Marcus Jones.
|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||20.5||7||Lorenzo Mauldin||32|
|10||Carl Powell||17||10||Ted Washington||31|
|11||Jim Hanna||15||11||Terry Rice-Lockett||30|
|11||Ted Washington||14||11||Anthony Bridges||28|
#2 Field Goals Made in a Career
John is currently #2 in Made Field Goals in a Career with 51, just 9 shy of tying Art Carmody.
Tied #4 Field Goals Made in Season
This season Wallace is tied with Ron Bell’s 1989 season for #4 all-time for made field goals with 15 makes in 2014.
#8 Extra Points Made in Season
John’s 48 Extra Points in 2014 are two shy of tying Nate Smith ’03 and Jon Hilbert ’98 for most extra points in a season. Wallace needs just 4 more to tie his personal best of 52 set last year.
|Field Goals Season||XPs Season|
|1||Art Carmody 2006||21||1||Art Carmody 2004||77|
|2||John Wallace 2013||20||2||Art Carmody 2005||63|
|3||John Wallace 2012||16||3||Art Carmody 2006||60|
|4||Ron Bell 1989||15||4||Art Carmody 2007||53|
|4||John Wallace 2014||15||5||John Wallace 2013||52|
|5||Nate Smith 2003||14||6||Jon Hilbert 1998||50|
|5||Art Carmody 2005||14||6||Nate Smith 2003||50|
|8||Chris Philpott 2010||14||8||John Wallace 2014||48|
|8||Dave Betz 1980||13||9||Chris Philpott 2010||41|
|8||Nate Smith 2001||13||10||Jon Hilbert 1999||40|
|8||Art Carmody 2007||13||10||Nate Smith 2002||40|
|Field Goals Career||12||Nate Smith 2010||39|
Points Per Game
Louisville’s 32.6 points per game currently would rank #9 ALL-Time in school history.
Rushing Yards Allowed
The Cards have given up just 1124 yards on the ground this season, currently the 7th best performance in school history. With a decent showing in the bowl game the 2014 team could reasonably finish in the #7 position.
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