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2016 Schedule
6-1, 2nd in ACC - Atlantic
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1dMel Kiper and Todd McShay

Mel & Todd: Who has the most dangerous 1-loss team?

One loss doesn't immediately end a team's playoff prospects. Louisville's remaining schedule should help the Cardinals stay in the mix, while Ohio State got a wake-up call at Penn State.

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Is Heisman Lamar Jackson's to lose?

Mark Schlabach writes that as long as Jackson stays healthy and doesn't lay an egg in any of Louisville's remaining five regular-season games, he all but has the Heisman wrapped up. GameDay Final

Ohio State upset shakes up AP's top 10 (0:59)
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2dHeather Dinich

The CFP trickle-down effect of Ohio State's loss

After Penn State let chaos in the door with its win over OSU, Louisville is back in the playoff mix, West Virginia is no joke and Washington State -- Wazzu! -- could have a major playoff impact.

Lamar Jackson: Poetry in motion (0:46)
Louisville, led by Jackson, must impress Committee in final weeks (1:15)
Lamar Jackson's latest Heisman worthy performance (0:53)
Jackson: I tried to do more throwing (0:16)

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson talks about his big passing day (355 yards, three TDs) against N.C. State.

Jackson's four first-half scores lead Louisville past NC State (0:52)
Breaking down Louisville's dominant 54-13 win over NC State (1:57)

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Lamar Jackson's day is done for Louisville. Final numbers: 20-for-34 for 355 yards and three touchdowns and no interceptions. He ran 17 times for 76 yards and another score.

NC State head coach Dave Doeren talks about taking it one play at a time in second half (0:25)
Lamar Jackson breaks out during first half (1:17)
Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino talks about offensive execution and stopping the run on defense (0:41)

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sheer dominance in all aspects by Louisville, which leads NC State 44-0 at halftime. The Cardinals outgained the Wolfpack 390-54, forced three turnovers and blocked a punt. Louisville only has one marquee game left -- at Houston on Nov. 17 -- so it needs to impress to stay in the playoff hunt.

Team Stats

Passing Yards331.614th
Rushing Yards285.36th
Points For52.61st
Points Against22.737th

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