Originally written on The Cardinal Connect  |  Last updated 9/30/12
The most important thing to take away from this game was Louisville’s ability to adapt at halftime.  After the first drive nothing seemed to work on either side of the ball.  That halftime adaptation helped the Cards find their feet on the ground and button things up on defense.  The Cards held USM scoreless in the 2nd half. Defensive game ball goes to true freshman Keith Brown.  Not only did Keith lead the team in total tackles (9) but he seemed to be in on almost every single defensive play.  The energy and tenacity came through very strong and at times the rest of the guys seemed to feed off of that.  Most notably another true freshman DeAngelo Brown who came up with a huge stop at a crucial time late in the game. Senorise Perry.  What can you say about the guy?  Is there a way to give him not just one game ball but every single one used in the game?  Outside of the Cards first drive Perry was Louisville’s offense.  Senorise finished with 118 yards and two touchdowns on 22 yard...
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