What To Expect vs. South Florida

Louisville has never beaten South Florida in Tampa. There’s no logical reason to expect the outcome to be any different this time around. But fans can hope

— That Harry Douglas is able to be the Harry Douglas of old, at least one more time before he graduates.

— That U of L opens with a two back offense, with Brian Roche living up to the hype that accompanied his signing, creating holes as big as trucks for the running backs.

— That junior college transfer Woodny Turenne has finally adapted to major college football and picks off at least three interceptions.

— That George Stripling is not running up the middle on third downs; he’s more effective on screen passes.

— That neither Brock Bolen nor Anthony Allen pull disappearing acts.

— That a Rutgers win can cap a winning season.

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Charlie Springer

Charlie Springer is a former Louisville editor and sportswriter, a public affairs consultant, a UofL grad and longtime fan.