Scott Satterfield has a tough road ahead while he remains in the hot seat.
LOUISVILLE, KY– All eyes will be on the Louisville football program this weekend. Former players, future recruits, and fans alike will be in attendance for their homecoming matchup against the Pittsburgh Panthers. The atmosphere will be full of hope as over 60 future stars in the college football landscape will enjoy this ACC matchup in Cardinal Stadium.
The 3-3 Cardinals take on the 4-2 Panthers in what will be their first game in two weeks. Coming out of the bye week, the air is thin for Satterfield and company as they embark on a brutal gauntlet that could ultimately determine whether or not he wears that Cardinal on his chest for much longer.
Fox Sports College Football recently announced the Toughest Remaining Schedules in College Football and Louisville reached the Number 1 spot with a 0.795 opponents winning percentage.
This is certainly not the category the Cardinals want to find themselves at the top of, but the path to greatness does not go around adversity, rather through it. Fifth year senior Malik Cunningham will be suiting up for the Cardinals this Saturday and if Louisville can produce on offense like they did against Virginia, then the addition of their starting quarterback can be very beneficial.
Also, running back Jalen Mitchell is back in action and can help out in the backfield where needed. The Panthers are one of two teams left on the schedule for the Cardinals that is not ranked in the Top 25 in the nation. But all hope has not been sucked out of the locker room just yet.
Yaya Diaby and company look to continue their momentum from their impressive performance against the Cavaliers and show out for the fresh eyes to see. It’s an exciting yet tense time for Cardinal fans as their present and future will be colliding this weekend.