Cards ready to face a balanced Clemson squad
Louisville had two interceptions and two safeties in a 28-6 victory over Syracuse
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Backup quarterback Reggie Bonnafon leads the Cardinals with a stellar performance.
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USATSI -- 9/1/14
One of three players to enroll at Louisville in January... considered one of the top-rated prospects in the state of Ohio... rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals.com and the 47th-best player in the country at the running back position... ranked No. 32 on the Rivals Postseason Top 100 list... ranked as a three-star performer and the No. 46 running back by Scout.com... rated by ESPN.com as the No. 45 player in the state of Ohio... named special mention on the 2013 Associated Press Division II All-Ohio Team... rushed for over 1,000 yards during his senior season... scampered 83 yards for a touchdown against Delaware... had TD runs of 24, 15 and 35 in game versus Howland... ran for over 2,500 during his scholastic career... featured on the SportsCenter Top 10 plays last September for his 50-yard run... named the Big 22 Player of the Year... won the September 2013 Fahey Bank Athlete of the Month award for the second time for his outstanding play as a tailback... averaged 6.1 rushing yards per carry for the first five games of the season... set a Harding school record for total yards per game with 383 yards in one game won districts in high jump and the 4 x100 relay for Marion Harding... ran personal best of 12.36 in the 100-meter at Greater Buckeye Conference Championship, placing 12th... got a PR of 5-10 in the High Jump at Greater Buckeye Conference Championship to place fourth overall... jumped a personal best of of 16-7.5 in the long jump at Greater Buckeye Conference Championship, placing 9th... earned a PR of 40-5 in the Shot Put at Sandusky Dual Meet, placing 4th... chose Louisville Michigan State, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Kent State and Indiana.