The only thing not to be overly excited about for this year’s Louisville football team is their schedule. On the brink of what could possibly be the best season in the program’s history, Charlie Strong’s squad isn’t expected to have much competition.
I personally think that the schedule isn’t exactly as bad as some make it out to be, but the bottom line is, if you want to considered for a shot at the national championship, you’ll have to defeat someone worth talking about, and at this point it doesn’t look like that will happen for Louisville.
On the bright side, this year’s team will have plenty of opportunities to show just how talented they are. Five of Louisville’s games this season will be played on national television, which is more than anyone else in the AAC.
-Sept. 1, vs. Ohio – ESPN
-Oct. 10, vs. Rutgers – ESPN
-Oct. 18, vs. Central Florida – ESPN/ESPN2
-Nov. 8, vs. UConn – ESPN/ESPN2
-Dec. 5, vs. Cincinnati – ESPN
The broadcast details for Louisville’s game against Ken