The release of the Associated Press Top 25 over the week ensured that for the first time in the history of the program, the Louisville Cardinals will begin a football season as a top 10 team in both major polls.
But that doesn't mean all AP voters are sold on the Cards.
Though U of L will begin the year ranked No. 9, 15 voters assigned the Cardinals a double-digit ranking on their ballot. Most notable among that group is Mitch Vingle of the Charleston (W. Va.) Gazette, who has Louisville at No. 21 - six spots lower than anyone else.
At the other end of the spectrum is Scott Wolf of the Los Angeles Daily News who has U of L at No. 2, behind only defending national champion Alabama. Three other voters have Louisville at No. 4.
Here's the complete rundown of who the AP voted on Louisville, via PollSpeak.com:
And for the visual learners among us...
I've been a Scott Wolf fan ever since he worked at The Max.