Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by LeGeNd RiPs, Jul 12, 2013.
Just thought I'd throw this up here.
So game 1 of the 13'-14' college football season has been played and what a game it was! The Louisville Cardinals traveled to Lexington to take on their hated rivals, The Kentucky Wildcats. Defense was definitely the story of this game. After a sloppy, scoreless, first quarter and a couple of turnovers, this looked like it was gonna be a defensive battle, but with 3:15 left until halftime, the Heisman candidate, Teddy "Cheesewater" Bridgewater kept the ball on an option and powered it in from a yard out. A short 2 minutes later, the Cardinals are in the redzone again and the big junior power back, Brown stuffed it into the endzone from 2 yards out and the Cards would go up by 14 going into the Locker room. 2 minutes into the 3rd, senior running back Silas Perry would catch a 13 yard TD pass from Cheesewater to put Louisville up by 21. The Cats wouldn't give up that easy, though. WR Legree would catch a pass from sophomore QB Jalen Whitlow and take it in 15 yards for the score. The defenses would battle until the end of the 3rd. 3 seconds into the 4th quarter, the Cardinals' star reciever, Parker, would catch a 3yd pass from Bridgewater in the endzone and Louisville would go up 28-7. Another 3 and out for the wildcats. Louisville took the ball again and after a nice pass from Bridgewater to Parker, Perry would take the handoff and streak down the left side of that Wildcat defense for a 53 yard TD run. Kentucky would score once more, but it was too little, too late. The Cardinals take this one, 38-14. New head coach, Legend Rips, was heard saying at the end of the game, "Sorry you had to be the first to experience the revamped Louisville Cardinals, Kentucky. This is only the beginning." POTW: Teddy Bridgewater 18-24 216yds 2TDs 16car 26yds 1TDTotal Yards: UL: 445 UK: 244Rushing: UL: 229 UK: 175Passing: UL: 216 UK: 693rd Down Conv. : UL: 9-14(64%) UK: 0-6(0%)Turnovers: UL: 2 UK: 3T.O.P: UL: 24:06 UK: 7:54 GG Ghost
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