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The No. 13 Louisville Cardinals will look to build on their strong start to the season on Friday night in the Carrier Dome against the Syracuse Orange in the first ACC game of the year for both teams.
Louisville rolled over Charlotte 70-14 in its opener, moving up six spots in the AP poll. While the 49ers are one of the worst teams in the nation in just their second year of FBS play, eight first half touchdowns from electric quarterback Lamar Jackson was impressive nonetheless.
Syracuse began the Dino Babers era with a 33-7 win over FCS Colgate. Sophomore quarterback Eric Dungey completed 34 of his 40 pass attempts for 355 yards and two touchdowns in the opening victory.
The Cardinals feature a talented an ultra-athletic roster outside of Jackson and could challenge Florida State or Clemson in the ACC Atlantic, but can’t afford a loss to teams like Syracuse if they are to make a darkhorse run at the conference title. Syracuse is expected to be a fringe bowl team in 2016 and is a double-digit underdog to Louisville, although strange things have happened before in weeknight ACC games.
Friday night’s contest kicks off at 8:00 p.m. Eastern on ESPN 2, with full streaming details below.
Date: Friday, September 9
Start Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
Location: Syracuse, NY
Venue: Carrier Dome
Live Stream: WatchESPN
All eyes will be on the Louisville quarterback in this game after his eight-touchdown performance in Week 1. The Heisman candidate won’t account for eight more touchdowns this week in all likelihood. However, he can make another Heisman statement against Dino Babers’ team that looks to make a statement on a nationally televised game.