Nov. 14, 2009
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- LB Chris Campa produced a career-best 15 tackles (13 solo, 2 assists), including a career-high two sacks for a loss of 21 yards and a forced fumble. Campa's previous top tackling effort was 12 stops againts Utah earlier this season. He has five sacks this year, matching DE William Savoy -- who had one sack today -- and LB Jon Dempsey for the team lead.
- K Chris Philpott has made four straight field goals over the past two games, including a 31-yard boot in the third quarter which tied the score at 3-3.
- U of L produced its second-best defensive effort of the season, limiting the Orange to 266 273 yards in total offense.
- LB Jon Dempsey, who leads the Cardinals with 87 tackles this season, totaled 11 tackles today (8 solo, 3 assisted). It was his sixth double-digit tackle effort of the season.
- FS Richard Raglin, produced a career-high nine tackles -- all solo stops -- and added a tackle for loss and a forced fumble.
- CB Andrew Robinson, the converted wide receiver who entered the game with nine tackles on the season, made a game-saving interception with a minute remaining in the game, the first interception of his career.
- WR Doug Beaumont caught a pass in 22nd straight game today, one of nine completions for the Cardinals.
- After coming off two knee surgeries, DE Zach Kiernan made his collegiate debut today versus Syracuse.
- WR Doug Beaumont and LB Jon Dempsey made their team-leading 22nd consecutive starts.
- RB Darius Ashley made his second straight start at running back, while QB Adam Froman returned as the starter after missing a pair of games.
- DT Tyler Jessen recorded his first career sack today in his 20th career contest with the Cardinals.
- Louisville was limited below 200 yards in total offense (151) for the first time since the Cardinals gained 176 yards against Cincinnati in a 24-14 loss on Nov. 7, 2002.
- The victory improved the Cardinals to 4-1 at home this season and 12-7 under head coach Steve Kragthorpe.
- Louisville gained just its second victory when scoring fewer than 24 points under Coach Steve Kragthorpe (2-13).