No. 4 Our Lady It will welcome home its 21-game winning streak on Saturday Louisville To South Bend, Indiana, for its third conference game as a temporary ACC member. This is Ireland’s second game after a three – week break from the tournament due to multiple positive COVID – 19 trials following the team’s 52-0 win over South Florida on September 19.
The program was suspended for all football activities and postponed to its September 26th date Wake Forest Notre Dame were reported to have 25 players and 14 isolators at home in Notre Dame until December 12, but after a farewell on October 3, most of the team returned to the field with a 42-26 win last Saturday. State of Florida. Notre Dame did not look particularly sharp in victory, but it was still able to win thanks to the performance that dominated the ground. Kieran Williams (185 Rushing Yards) and Chris Diary (103 Rushing Yards).
Louisville are in a very different place than expected to go into this game after three defeats in their first three ACC games. The Cardinals could not stop Miami and then failed to score against Pitt. After a week-long vacation to fix issues, Louisville rolled over Georgia Technology Last Friday night. Now at 1-3 on the season, the Cardinals have lost three games under Scott Chatterfield for the first time, with a tough challenge to avoid losing a fourth time against the top five Irish on the road.
Continue reading to see what’s in Notre Dame vs. Louisville, with predictions about the game from our CBS sports experts. Contradictions via William Hill Sports Book
Our Lady: Brian Kelly said Notre Dame’s defensive performance against Florida this week was a disorder in 29 games as a defensive coordinator with Clark Leah. This is more than double the number of points conceded by the Irish in the first two games of the season and for the fifth time in those 29 games Notre Dame gave up 26 or more points. The Irish have developed a strong defensive identity over the past two years. That’s why Kelly was stunned by the poor handling and was allowed 405 yards offense. Some of them may be due to players missing three weeks of vacation and training time due to loneliness and isolation, but tightening that defensive effort is the most important concern for reaching the ACC Championship level.
Louisville: The isolated pride points for Louisville in 2020 continue to be discarded by shortcomings, which gave the Cardinals a chance to win the ACC game. Running back Javian Hawkins The ACC leads at a speed of 468 yards after adding a total of 155 yards to the loss to Georgia Tech, but the Cardinals’ defense continues to work against the progress made by those attacking gains as it now allows the Yellow Jackets an average of 38.7 points per game after a 46-27 loss in the ACC game . Louisville’s offense shares some of the charges with the three turning points that led to 19 Georgia technical points, and the Cardinals have now turned the ball over more than 11 times, creating only three turning points in the season. That -8 turnover margin is next to ACC and 74th out of 76 active FPS teams. If Louisville is going to be allowed to lead its offensive production, it will have to stop controlling its impact with turnover and a defense that could play well for extensions, but the ACC will not allow the 30+ yards of play allowed.
Date: Sat, Oct.17 | Time2:30 p.m.
Location: Notre Dame Stadium – South Bend, Indiana
TV: NBC | Live Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Game prediction, selection
I can’t leave Louisville. The cards have shown a number of reasons – most of them security – not to be trusted on the road against one of the best teams in the conference, but I think this is a big number for the best offense the Irish have faced all season. Choice: Louisville (+16.5)
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