Florida State vs Louisville | 2014 ACC Football Highlights

A Thursday night Atlantic Division match-up as the number 2 Seminoles hit the road to take on the number 1 defense in the country. Jameis Winston lead Florida State back from a 21-point deficit. Winston went 25 of 48, for 401 yards and 3 touchdowns while Louisville's Gerod Holliman made it an interesting night by catching two of Winston's three interceptions, FSU wins 42-31 to extend the nation's longest winning streak to 24 games.


Women's Basketball Preseason Rankings Released | ACC Now

Basketball season is right around the corner! The ACC is well represented in the preseason basketball rankings, placing five teams in the top 25. Get your calendars out as ACC Digital Network host Courtney Cox lists some of the must-see games of the women's basketball season.



Louisville Looking For Similar Success in Different Conference | ACC Operation Basketball

Louisville players Montrezl Harrell and Wayne Blackshear talk about some similarities between the old Big East and the new-look ACC and how the Cardinals can succeed in their new conference.


Otis the Acrobat | The Legend of Otis McCloud

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher and student-athletes from Louisville, Georgia Tech, Duke and Syracuse help spread the legend of Otis McCloud



Notre Dame's Patrick Hodan Leads the Way for the Irish | ACC Soccer Weekly

Notre Dame got two goals from Patrick Hodan in their 4-1 victory over Duke, shooting the Irish up the coaches poll to #1. Plus, two upsets in the ACC spark a log jam at the top of the standings. We look ahead to a Top 5 tilt on the women's side between FSU and UNC. And finally, a huge honor for an ACC student-athlete in this week's edition of ACC Soccer Weekly!


Louisville Leaps Into Top 3 & The Wheel of Coastal | Jeff Fischel’s ACC Power Poll

Florida State and Clemson survive, Louisville makes a big jump, and the entire Coastal Division is chaos. ACC Digital Network host Jeff Fischel asks Vanna White to give him some help to get clarity for college football’s craziest division.



Best of Louisville's DeVante Parker vs NC State

In his first game back from injury, Louisville senior WR DeVante Parker records an impressive 9 catches for 132 yards as the Cardinals beat NC State 30-18.


Louisville's Michael Dyer Seals Game With 46-Yard TD Run | ACC Must See Moment

In this Must See Moment, running back Michael Dyer seals the victory for Louisville over NC State, breaking off a 46-yard touchdown. In all, Dyer rushed 24 times for 173 yards and a touchdown for the Cardinals.



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About Louisville

Quick Facts
Location:
Louisville, KY
Founded:
1798
Enrollment:
22,000
Nickname:
Cardinals
School Colors:
Red & Black
Joined the ACC:
July 1, 2014

SCORES & SCHEDULES

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Schedule information
DATE opponent results/time network
Tue Sep 02 vs Miami W 31-13 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN/WatchESPN
Sat Sep 06 vs Murray State W 66-21 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN3
Sat Sep 13 @ Virginia L 23-21 All Day Event Start Time TBA ACC Network
Sat Sep 20 @ FIU W 34-3 All Day Event Start Time TBA Fox Sports 1
Sat Sep 27 vs Wake Forest W 20-10 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPNU/WatchESPN
Fri Oct 03 @ Syracuse W 28-6 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN/WatchESPN
Sat Oct 11 @ Clemson L 23-17 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPNU/WatchESPN
Sat Oct 18 vs NC State W 30-18 All Day Event Start Time TBA RSN
Thu Oct 30 vs Florida State L 42-31 All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN/WatchESPN
Sun Nov 09 @ Boston College 12:15 AM UTC All Day Event Start Time TBA ESPN2
Sat Nov 22 @ Notre Dame All Day Event Start Time TBA
Sat Nov 29 vs Kentucky All Day Event Start Time TBA

Standings

Louisville Football (6-3, 4-3)

 

School OVERALL/ACC

Atlantic Division

School OVERALL/ACC
1. Florida State (8-0, 5-0)
2. Clemson (6-2, 5-1)
3. Boston College (5-3, 2-2)
4. Louisville (6-3, 4-3)
5. Syracuse (3-5, 1-3)
6. NC State (4-4, 0-4)
7. Wake Forest (2-6, 0-4)

Coastal Division

School OVERALL/ACC
1. Duke (6-1, 2-1)
2. Georgia Tech (6-2, 3-2)
3. Miami (5-3, 2-2)
4. North Carolina (4-4, 2-2)
5. Pitt (4-4, 2-2)
6. Virginia (4-4, 2-2)
7. Virginia Tech (4-4, 1-3)