By Beau Kilpatrick—
Louisville’s loss on Saturday against the University of Kentucky was a fitting end to a hopeful season that ended in self-destruction. The No. 11 Cardinals fell 38-41 against their in-state rival U of K.
The Cardinals showed an unbelievable amount of potential through the first half of the season. Their average margin of victory through the first four games was by 41.5 points, including a 43-point win over Florida State. Their first loss came at the hands of the now no.4 Clemson Tigers. However, that game was fought to the end and Louisville fell one yard shy. They won their next five games, three blowouts against NC State, Boston College and Wake Forest. They also struggled in two closer games against Duke and Virginia.
The crack in Louisville’s armor was exposed when they lost to Houston, a game where they were heavy favorites. The Cards were ranked…
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