World News – USA – All the best and worst after Syracuse lost 30-0 to Louisville


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LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY – 20. NOVEMBER: Garrett Williams No.. 14 of the Syracuse Orange reaches for the passport designed for TuTu Atwell No.. 1 is scheduled for the Louisville Cardinals on Jan.. November 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons / Getty Images) Getty Images

Syracuse, N.. . Y. . – Syracuse failed to score in a 30-0 win in Louisville on Friday, extending their defeat to six games.

Freshman quarterback JaCobian Morgan started his second game in a row for the Orange (1-8, 1-7) but was unable to finish after an obvious head injury.

Louisville quarterback Malik Cunningham turned out to be the best player on the field on Friday. He completed 19 of 28 passes for 219 yards and two touchdowns (one pass). He had also had two interceptions and a fumble. Despite his three turnovers, Cunningham was able to control the pace of Louisville’s offense by using his versatility to injure Syracuse in the air and on the ground.

That game was over just before the end of the first half. The defining moment came late in the second quarter when orange Louisville quarterback Malik Cunningham flashed orange Louisville quarterback Malik Cunningham, who managed to avoid two defenders scoring a 4-yard touchdown. The orange was behind by 20 at this point, which was an impossible deficit for Syracuse to recover from.

The best offensive game in the game would obviously go to the team that scored the points. Louisville’s Malik Cunningham found Tutu Atwell for a 19-yard touchdown to improve the Cardinals by 27 points in the third quarter. It was the only catch of the game for Atwell who was in question to make it into Friday’s matchup.

Louisville (-19. 5) is currently in the speed control. 💨 Malik Cunningham hits Tutu Atwell for the 19-yard touchdown and climbs 27-0 in the third quarter. image. Twitter. com / icnTFGdFVm

Syracuse forced three turnovers. The first came from an interception where Orange defender Garrett Williams tipped a pass from Malik Cunningham in the middle of the first quarter.

The first six points of Friday’s game were produced by a kicker. Louisville’s James Turner turned Louisville’s first possession into a 50-yard field goal. He met all three of his attempts.

Syracuse and Louisville combined had seven sales. The Orange had four freebies, but what hurt the most was two fiddling with the kickoff returns. Nykeim Johnson and Drew Tuazama lost the ball at crucial moments. After Syracuse failed to force sales in two consecutive games, it was able to force three sales. Cardinals quarterback Malik Cunningham threw two interceptions to bring his overall season to 11. He also fumbled the ball early in the first half. The story of Syracuse’s offense was their inability to convert after the defense gave them another possession. However, the Orange has increased its enforced sales to 20 in the season, which leads the ACC.

The injury bug found its way to Louisville and bit Syracuse again in a position that had been tested all season: quarterback. At the end of the third quarter, freshman quarterback JaCobian Morgan was attacked third by Yasir Abdullah and hit his head on the grass. He was escorted from the field and examined for an apparent head injury by SU medical staff. Morgan did not return to the game. Rex Culpepper stood in for Morgan to end the fourth quarter. Syracuse has already lost Tommy DeVito for a significant part of the season.

Syracuse will return to the Carrier Dome against NC State next Saturday before traveling to Notre Dame to complete the regular season. The ACC has not yet announced a kick-off time.

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World News – USA – Best and worst of Syracuse Football’s 30-0 loss against Louisville


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