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Tuesday afternoon Cardinal news and notes

Jacob Bishop is maintaining the faith through Friday night.

—Spread check: Central Florida by 7.

—Kei’Trel Clark is the ACC Co-Defensive Back of the Week.

—The undefeated Louisville volleyball team is up to No. 5 in the latest top 25 poll. The Cards will host reigning national champion and 8th-ranked Kentucky tomorrow night.

—I think we all knew this was coming.

—The CJ’s Cameron Teague Robinson watched some film on UCF and came away with a handful of primary takeaways.

—We will know Louisville’s ACC basketball schedules by the end of the week. The women’s schedule will be unveiled Wednesday night on the ACC Network at 7 p.m., and the men’s schedule on Thursday night at the same time.

—Trez back?

Would be a nice little Louisville Live cameo.

—Racing Louisville star Nadia Nadim’s season is over due to a torn ACL.

—Bart Torvik’s updated season projections for the 2021-22 college basketball season have Louisville at No. 21 and forecasts the Cards going 13-7 in ACC play.

—Win, lose or have an in-stadium disaster, the video department always rules.

—Boston College star QB Phil Jurkovec could be out for a long time.

—WDRB covers the fan complaints from Saturday night.

—College Football News is going with a 37-31 win for Central Florida on Friday.

—Very excited that Last Chance U Basketball is returning for a second season.

—Like most other people seemed to, I enjoyed the Peyton/Eli Manning broadcast of Monday Night Football.

—A new Cardinal Sports Zone podcast is out.

—Scott Satterfield is defending his highly-criticized play-calling, especially when it comes to the run game.

—Everything good in this city can be found out Andy’s.

—UCF junior defensive lineman Tremon Morris-Brash could return to the field Friday night. Morris-Brash has been away from the team for the last weeks after being arrested for DUI on Aug. 28.

—UCF’s FanSided site shares some initial thoughts on Friday’s game.

—Folks, UCF is now the Golden Knights for the rest of the week.

See what happened to Vah Tech last year.

—The Golden Knights just missed being ranked in this week’s AP poll.

—Chris Mack spent his morning at Male High School watching top recruit Kaleb Glenn workout. Mack was expected to head to Indianapolis later in the day to check in on Cardinal commit Tae Davis.

—Malik Cunningham has signed an NIL deal with Planet Fitness.

—Rick Bozich says that Louisville needs a win over UCF to get its groove back.

—Here’s the UK preview of Wednesday night’s top 10 volleyball showdown at U of L.

—Louisville is now down to No. 72 in ESPN’s Football Power Index.

—And finally, Louisville volleyball coach Dani Busboom-Kelly will join me at 5:30 on today’s Mike Rutherford Show to talk about her team’s top 5 ranking and tomorrow night’s showdown with reigning national champ Kentucky. Trevor Kelsey and I will also be talking about Vince Tyra’s comments from this afternoon, Lamar Jackson’s performance last night, and how Santiago from “Friday Night Lights” disappeared into thin air. You can stream the show here.