-- The Technician asked Louisville receiver Harry Douglas a few questions. Douglas is having a huge season: 38 receptions, 679 yards, 5 TDs. He's had at least 100 receiving yards in each of Louisville's first four games and has gone for 200+ in each of the last two.
-- While Douglas has thrived, his counterpart Mario Urrutia has struggled with drops. He committed a couple of personal fouls against Syracuse, which prompted Steve Kragthorpe to consider replacing him in the starting lineup. The less we see of him, the better, because he is a scary dude to have to match up with (6-6, 220).
-- In a Courier-Journal article about Mike Archer:
"Mike is doing a real nice job," Louisville coach Steve Kragthorpe said. "He's mixing different coverages in … and they're very good at that. And they're doing a good job of getting a pretty good rush on the passer."
We... we are?
-- Louisville beat writer Brian Bennett details the beating that the Cardinals have been taking in the media. You might also be interested in clicking over to Card Chronicle.
-- "Glaring bravado"?
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