Louisville Cardinals Football News
At 8-1, the Louisville Cardinals football team is enjoying the high life and a No. 6 spot in the NCAA rankings. Last week’s blowout of Boston College helped boost the Cardinals up one spot in the polls, increasing their chances of making a playoff game appearance. They have some obstacles to get through before that can happen, however. The first happens this Saturday, Nov. 12, against Wake Forest. This is a home game for Louisville, which should give them an extra edge. Don’t miss one of the last games of the season at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium! Great sideline or end zone seats are available from us now. Our prices currently start at $33.
The Louisville Cardinals football team has won another game, bringing their record to 6-1 and keeping them at second in the Atlantic Division. They trounced North Carolina State with a final score of 54-13. The team came out ready to play, scoring 17 points in the first quarter followed by 27 in the second. North Carolina State took control in the third quarter to score 13 and hold the Cardinals from scoring, but it barely made a dent. The Cardinals scored ten more in the fourth quarter. They head to play Virginia on October 29 and then play Boston College the next week. You can still get tickets to see the action in person, with prices starting at $28.
The Louisville Cardinals football program had a much-needed bye last week after their loss against the Clemson Tigers in week five. During the game against the Tigers, there were plenty of outstanding offensive plays and also a lot of turnovers that gave the game some serious excitement. However, the Tigers were able to outlast the Cardinals even when the Cardinals tried to come back in the second half. Even though Clemson’s quarterback, Deshaun Watson threw three interceptions, the Tigers left the victors with a 42-36 win over the Cardinals. See if the Cardinals week off helped heal their wounds when they take on an easier matchup against Duke on October 14.
Can you believe that the start of the 2016 college football season is just mere weeks away? It couldn’t be truer for the Louisville Cardinals, who start their season especially early on Thursday, September 1. They will host the Charlotte 49ers. Kickoff at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium starts promptly at 7:00 PM. Louisville has a tough season ahead of them in the Big East Conference, including formidable foes the Florida State Seminoles as well as the Kentucky Wildcats. You won’t want to miss the commencement of Louisville Cardinals Football, so buy your tickets to the inaugural game now! Tickets are on sale and available for prices starting as low as $7.