Gerod Holliman tied the NCAA record with 14th interception in win over Kentucky.
Michael Dyer rushed for 173 yards to lead Louisville to its sixth win of the year.
Quarterback Will Gardner threw for 150 yards and a touchdown.
Louisville had two interceptions and two safeties in a 28-6 victory over Syracuse
Cards return home to face Wake Forest
Louisville Football v Georgia | Belk Bowl
Louisville Football v Kentucky
Football vs. Notre Dame; photos by Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports
Louisville Football v North Carolina State
Louisville Football @ Clemson
2014 SOPHOMORE SEASON
Appeared in 12 games... missed the Boston College game due to suspension... third on the team with 36 receptions for 566 yards and three touchdownsa?" all career-highs... averaged 15.0 yards per catch... caught a pass in 10 of 11 games... tallied five receptions for 34 yards and his first career touchdown against Virginia... breakout game came versus FIU, where he tallied a career-best seven receptions for 174 yards and two scores, incuding a career-long 74-yard scoring reception... caught six passes for 101 yards in a loss to Clemson... took a pass in the final minutes 73 yards to the eight-yard line to set up the possible go-ahead touchdown... caught three passes for 50 yards versus Kentucky... Hauled in two receptions versus Georgia for 57 yards.
2013 FRESHMAN SEASON
Played in nine games in his true freshman season... caught six passes for 73 yards on the year... has recorded a catch in six of nine games... Had career-long 31-yard reception in win at USF.... Scored first collegiate touchdown after returning fumbled punt 30 yards for the score against UCF.
Played for Bob Beatty. . . selected a Parade All-American honorable mention. . . ranked among the nation's top wide receivers. . . rated as a five-star wide receiver at Trinity High School. . . played for Bob Beatty. . . believed to be the highest rated recruit ever to sign at Louisville. . . selected Kentucky's Mr. Football by the Associated Press. . . guided school to its third-straight state title. . . selected a U.S. Army All-American. . . ranked as a five-star prospect by Scout.com. . . tabbed a four-star prospect by Rivals.com, 247Sports.com and ESPN.com. . . rated as the best player in Kentucky by Rivals.com. . . rated as the 21st-best player in the country and the No. 3 wide receiver by Scout.com. . . ranked the 14th-best wide receiver and 114th-best prospect by Rivals.com. . . named to ESPN 150 list. . . named the Pete Dawkins Most Valuable Player of the U.S. Army All-American contest after catching a game-winning 34-yard touchdown pass. . . caught three passes for 71 yards and recorded 102 all-purpose yards in the win. . . was voted the Paul Hornung Award, presented to the state's top player by the Louisville Quarterback Club. . . totaled 85 catches for 1,413 yards and 16 touchdowns in 12 games as a senior. . . named the Tom Lemming Award winner as one of the top 25 wide receivers in 2011 and 2012. . . named Player of the Week twice by Maxpreps.com in 2011 ranks No. 3 in receiving yards (4,437) and touchdowns (57) all-time in the state of Kentucky. . . is the all-time leading receiver in Kentucky high school football history with 280 receptions. . . the only Kentucky prep player to play on football and basketball state championship teams in the same season (2011). . . named the Most Valuable Player at Republic Bank Louisville Invitational Tournament, as he finished with 19 points, six rebounds and five steals and also hit the game winning free throw to defeat Ballard 53-52. . . also the only player to ever catch a touchdown pass in four straight state finals. . . holds the state track record in the 200-meter with a lightning fast time of 20.94 seconds. . . received offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, West Virginia, Ohio State, Oregon and Tennessee.