Louisville vs. Syracuse: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Louisville - 26 Syracuse - 45 Final
The Louisville Cardinals are undefeated no more.
Ryan Nassib and the Syracuse Orange dominated the Cardinals, pulling off the big upset at the Carrier Dome.
The Cardinals were only three wins away from finishing off an undefeated season, but it was not to be against the Orange.
Charlie Strong's team is going to have to try and regroup, and find a way to knock of Rutgers in their final game of the season if they hope to revive dreams of a BCS game.
Check here for what we learned from Louisville's loss to Syracuse.
Final score, courtesy of ESPN.com
That should do it. Teddy Bridgewater can throw an interception.
Just a reminder -- despite the probable outcome -- Teddy Bridgewater is awesome: 31-44, 393 yards, 3 TDs.— CBSSportsBigEast (@CBSBigEast) November 10, 2012
This game is pretty much over, but you can't be roughing the passer...not smart.
Big win for the Orange, it means they only have to split their last two games to become bowl eligible.
That back-shoulder fade was a great throw by Bridgewater. Results in touchdown. 45-26 Syracuse
Bridgewater's mobility is a game-changer. Heisman talk this season is ridiculous, but if he continues to improve, might be legit in the next few seasons.
Syracuse looking like Oregon vs. Louisville.— skywaker9 (@skywaker9) November 10, 2012
Teddy Bridgewater deserves better.They have NO defense in Louisville.— Cameron Hawkins (@CeeHawk) November 10, 2012
Everybody getting in on the action for the Orange, as linebacker Lewellyn Coker catches a touchdown pass from Ryan Nassib to put Syracuse up 45-19. That's Nassib's third of the day.
Ryan Nassib is a monster. Felt the pressure, made the big play. Bridgewater who?
Through three quarters, the Orange have amassed 234 rushing yards, to only 46 for the Cardinals. Talk about an imbalance.
Nice read by Bridgewater. Hooks up with high school teammate Eli Rogers for the 44-yard touchdown pass. Extra point is blocked. Syracuse - 38 Louisville - 19
Ky Dominguez might have been better off to let that one go into the endzone. Bad fair catch call.
Louisville is falling apart. Syracuse is 10-13 on third down. It appears that the Louisville defense is trying to mimic Indiana...
Louisville fans should officially be worried, the three of you that are still following this game.'Cuse is destroying the Cardinals. Great blitz dialed up on third down, results in an incompletion.
This is really getting out of hand. Syracuse has gouged the Louisville defense with 203 yards on the ground and three rushing touchdowns. It's now 38-10, 'Cuse.
You can't say Teddy Bridgewater hasn't spread the ball around today.
Ryan Nassib continues to have too much time to throw the ball. His offensive line is absolutely dominating the Cardinal's defense. The Orange offense continues to steamroll Louisville.
Wow. Louisville is struggling, but Teddy Bridgewater sure knows how to escape a sack.— Brent Axe (@BrentAxeMedia) November 10, 2012
Great defense there, the Orange keep finding a way to stop Louisville's offense. Frustrating day for the Cards so far.
Big injury for the Orange...
The Cardinals need a touchdown to get back in this game.
Let's not forget, North Carolina out-scored the Cardinals 27-3 in the second half of their game, and Louisville still won. This team is capable of putting up tons of points.
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