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Your standard preview of Louisville-UNC Wilmington from the Associated Press.
You should also do yourself a favor and check out all of the Belk Bowl account's responses to the ensuing madness.
When the Louisville football team faces Auburn in its 2015 season-opener, it will be doing so with former Florida head coach Will Muschamp as the Tigers' defensive coordinator.
Lorenzo Mauldin, Gerod Holliman and DeVante Parker are all first team All-ACC performers according to ESPN.
WR DeVante Parker, Louisville: The senior caught 35 passes for 735 yards and five touchdowns, the latter two numbers among the top 10 in the ACC. Oh, did we mention he missed the first seven games?
LB Lorenzo Mauldin, Louisville: A step-up in competition for Mauldin and the Cardinals meant even better results, as the hybrid notched a career-best 45 tackles and led the team in tackles for loss (13), while notching 6.5 sacks. Louisville's defense was one of the most surprising units in the country this season in its first year under coordinator Todd Grantham, ranking No. 6 nationally.
S Gerod Holliman, Louisville: Fourteen interceptions. Fourteen! What more needs to be said? Holliman broke the ACC record and tied the NCAA mark. He had four multi-pick games, including a three-pick performance at BC. And he did this all after transitioning from corner to safety under Grantham's tutelage.
Follow along with all of today's college hoops scores and happenings right here.
Louisville football commit Matthew Colburn has been named Mr. Football in the state of South Carolina.
Rick Pitino says defense must set the tone on Sunday against an upset-minded team like UNCW.
This was probably the most underrated play from the Indiana game.
Or this from Mike Balado.
Teddy Claus is spreading good cheer in Minnesota.
A good friend of mine named Terra was recently a competitor on Food Network's "Holiday Baking Championship." She made the final four on the show and can still win the fan vote with your help. You should vote for her because she's a huge Louisville fan who brings giant tasty brownies to U of L game watch parties.
Sheldon Rankins is extremely pumped to be squaring off against Georgia.
Louisville basketball gets a first quarter grade of an A from Inside the ACC.
The UNCW website previews tomorrow night's game.
One shot, kid.