Found September 27, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
The Basics: Louisville 2012 Record: 4-0 Current Rank: 17th in USA 19th in AP Points per Game: 33.5 Points Allowed: 19.0 Rushing: 165.5 Passing: 266.0 Total Off: 431.5 Total Def: 339.5 Southern Miss 2012 Record: 0-3 Current Rank: Not Ranked Points per Game: 17.0 Points Allowed: 38.3 Rushing: 146.3 Passing: 136.3 Total Off: 282.7 Total Def: 473.3 Statistic Leaders Louisville: Rushing: #32 Senorise Perry 62-340-5.5-3 Passing: #5 Teddy Bridgewater 91-124-2-1,049-7 (73.4) Receiving: #14 Andrell Smith 14-189-1, 13.5 avg Southern Miss Rushing: #7 Desmond Johnson 31-165-5.3-0 Passing: #13 Chris Campbell 19-37-0-229-2 (51.4) Receiving: #1 Tracy Lampley 5-82-0, 16.4 avg. A Closer Look At The Series Overall:  Southern Miss leads 18-10-1 In Louisville: Series tied 6-6-1 In Hattiesburg: USM leads11-3 Neutral Field: Louisville leads 1-0 Streak: Louisville won 5 Numbers provided by UofL game notes.

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