Alan Thomas: Louisville will score 50 or more points
One thing that was missing from the past two games from the Cards was that infamous high-octane offense that they flashed in the latter part of last season and in the first game this year vs WKU.
Even as quarterback Malik Cunningham went down at the end of the game after tossing three interceptions, a bye week was more than enough time to bring him back up to speed.
In the last two games, Georgia Tech is giving up 43 ppg. Everyone knows the potential this game has to be sloppy, as both offenses have struggled recently, but Louisville football just has a lot more weapons, and tons of depth at wide receiver.
I can see a big game on the ground from standout Javian Hawkins as well. We all know he’s due, and he has certainly shown flashes of his explosiveness. Last week his lone score came on a 75-yard touchdown scamper.
Wouldn’t be surprised to see the Cards light up the scoreboard Friday night.