Converted Louisville Football Secondary Impressive Early in Fall Camp

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — In the three years under head coach Scott Satterfield, Louisville has established itself as an attacking football program. Since taking office in 2019, the Cardinals have had a top-25 offense every season and averaged 446.2 yards per game last season.

But a big factor in why Louisville only finished 6-7 in 2021 was due in part to their performance on the other side of the scrimmage line. This was especially true in the secondary level, as the cards gave up 245.6 yards per game and ranked 95th in FBS in that category.

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