Last Saturday's loss to Syracuse was not the start to 2022 that the Louisville football team or its fans had hoped for.
But that was last week. Today's game at the University of Central Florida brings new hopes for a good result. Of course, there will be challenges.
The up-tempo UCF offense was led by Ole Miss Transfer John Rice Plume, who was 20-of-31 for 308 yards and four touchdowns in a 56-10 win over South Carolina State in Week 1. Starting at secondary back this season.
Courier Journal U of L beat writer @Alexis Cubit will have full in-game and postgame coverage of the game. In the meantime, you can follow along with all the in-game developments here.
After missing a field goal in the first half, James Turner made a 35-yard attempt to cut UCF's lead. The drive was highlighted by a 37-yard pass from Malik Cunningham to Tyler Hudson.
The Louisville defense started the second half with an excellent showing. Memo Sango forced a sack on UCF quarterback John Rice Plume.