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2-8, 7th in ACC - Atlantic

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue coach Jeff Brohm today called a report that he's taking the Louisville job "completely false and complete speculation." Brohm addressed the situation with players after practice and "put it to bed, because we have a lot of things to concentrate on." Brohm said he has an open-door policy if any want to discuss things they're hearing about him.

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L'ville interim coach: Last games not about me

Louisville interim football coach Lorenzo Ward said he is focused solely on salvaging the Cardinals' final two games rather than whether he will have the job permanently.

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Campus Conversation: Stagnant Rankings, Petrino, Talk Nerdy

Peter Burns, Ryan McGee & Chris Low discuss a great finish at Bedlam (1:58), the top-10 taking care of business (7:00), Bobby Petrino getting the axe (24:40) & more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" (33:06), Walk-Ons (39:36) and Extra Points (46:47).

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue coach Jeff Brohm earlier Monday when asked about being linked to the Louisville job: "I've heard the noise just like everyone else. Unfortunately, It's important for me not to comment on any speculation. Right now I have a job and we've got work to do and a lot of it. We're going to put forth the effort do that."

Louisville replacing Petrino with interim coach Lorenzo Ward (1:22)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Lorenzo Ward, Louisville's associate head coach and secondary coach, will be interim head coach for the final two games and until a new permanent head coach is named.

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Louisville dismisses Petrino amid 2-8 season

Louisville has fired coach Bobby Petrino as the Cardinals have stumbled to a 2-8 record this season. The Cardinals are expected to target Purdue's Jeff Brohm as Petrino's replacement.

Syracuse has it all working in rout of Louisville (0:46)
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No. 13 Syracuse beats Louisville 54-23 _ perfect in dome

Moe Neal rushed for a career-best 159 yards and two touchdowns, quarterback Eric Dungey ran for two more scores and passed for another, and No. 13 Syracuse took advantage of five Louisville miscues to rout the Cardinals 54-23 on Friday night.

Syracuse keeps piling on with 65-yard TD (0:35)
Syracuse RB finds daylight for 67-yard TD (0:30)
Finebaum: 'It's over' for Bobby Petrino at Louisville (1:11)
Dabo's son scores first career TD (0:20)
Louisville finally finds end zone on return (0:38)
Clemson DT trucks in for a TD (0:55)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

There was not much suspense for Clemson in the first half against Louisville. The Tigers racked up 35 points, 212 yards rushing, three sacks and six tackles for loss in dominating Louisville. It is hard to believe just two years ago, the Cards were favored going into this game in Death Valley and nearly pulled the upset.

Tigers with a pick-six in second quarter (0:30)
CLEM VS LOU (0:30)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

There is a reason Clemson opened as a 38-point favorite over Louisville, and it showed in the early going against the Cards. It took Clemson a total of 4:45 to score three touchdowns on its first three possessions. Louisville did put together one nice drive, holding the ball for over 8 minutes, but it had to settle for a field goal. Nobody can trade touchdowns for field goals and expect to win.

Team Stats

Passing Yards229.7
Rushing Yards121.8
Points For21.7186th
Points Against42.1