Wake Forest vs Louisville Live Stream A lot is on the line this Saturday when Louisville football travels to Winston Salem, North Carolina to take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
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The Cards are coming off of a big-time victory at home against Boston College, and now look to win their first-ever ACC road game against a ranked opponent. In order to do so, they will have to improve on a defensive performance that nearly derailed one of its most complete offensive performances in the last few seasons.
Since the Wakey Leaks game, the Cards’ match-ups against the Demon Deacons have been far more dramatic than one would have thought when Louisville entered the ACC, and Wake head coach Dave Clawson figures to have a few tricks up his sleeves.
The Cards were favored in last year’s match-up but were pummelled by the Deacs in a humiliating 21-point home loss that officially sent the Bobby Petrino era off the rails.
Scott Satterfield and the new Louisville coaching staff are looking to notch one of the biggest wins in Satterfield’s coaching career.
Clawson is 0-6 coming off of bye weeks since taking over as Wake’s head coach, but after losing a ton of its playmakers from 2018, Wake Forest has not only rebuilt but come back stronger in 2019. With one of the best teams in school history in tow and one of the best passing offenses in the country, Clawson and Wake are looking to break that odd bye week streak and become the first team in the ACC to become bowl eligible (or second, depending on the outcome of Clemson- FSU at 3:30).
Louisville lost both of their matches to Wake Forest last season, on scores of 42-32 and 56-35, so they’re hoping to turn the tables this season. Louisville and Wake Forest will face off in an ACC battle at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday at BB&T Field. The two teams each escaped (but just barely!) with wins against their previous opponents.
The Cardinals came out on top in a nail-biter against Boston College last week, sneaking past 41-39. Louisville’s success was spearheaded by the efforts of RB Javian Hawkins, who rushed for 172 yards and one TD on 25 carries, and QB Malik Cunningham, who accumulated 288 passing yards and picked up 43 yards on the ground on six carries. Hawkins didn’t help his team much against Florida State three weeks ago, so this was a nice turnaround for him.
Meanwhile, Wake Forest and Boston College couldn’t quite live up to the 69.5-point over/under that the experts had forecasted. Two weeks ago, Wake Forest narrowly escaped with a victory as the squad sidled past Boston College 27-24. The win was familiar territory for the Demon Deacons, who now have five in a row.