Found October 05, 2013 on Tireball.com:
Andy Lyons/Getty Images North America The No. 7 ranked Louisville Cardinals will travel to play the Temple Owls on Saturday. While Louisville has begun the season 4-0 their opponents in Temple have started out 0-4. Coverage of the game between Louisville and Temple will air on GamePlan and ESPN3 beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. Heisman hopeful Teddy Bridgewater will look to put on another impressive showing this weekend ahead of games against UCF and Rutgers. The Odds: The Louisville Cardinals are a 34 point favorite against the Temple Owls. The over/under for this game is 58.5 total points. Will Louisville cruise to another win or will Temple make this game close?
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