Cards Start Slow But Finish Strong

Posted: September 6, 2009 by Bacon in Louisville Football, Posted by Larry Loobers

The new look Cardinals (literally, they wore new jerseys) started slow against what may be the worst team in D-II football, Indiana State, but after falling behind 7-3, the Cards rolled off 24 unanswered points to get the win 30-10.

Burke was 17-31 for 221 yds and 2 INT

Burke was 17-31 for 221 yds and 2 INT

Junior and Lexington native Justin Burke started his first game since his Senior year of high school and it showed. Over throwing his first 4 pass attempts (all wide open) and showed rust throughout the entire game. One Cardinal that didn’t show rust was Sophomore Victor Anderson, who finished the game with 2 touchdowns and game-high 93 yards on just 14 carries.

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