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The College Football Playoff Committee chose Alabama (#1 seed), Ohio State (#2 seed), Michigan (#3 seed) and Clemson (#4 seed) as the four teams projected in the playoff.

CFB Committee chair Kirby Hocutt shared on Tuesday night the committee’s reasoning why Clemson was ranked above Louisville.

“Louisville has been viewed as a very talented team,” Hocutt said. “There is a small separation between teams two through six. When you look at #4 Clemson and #5 Louisville, Clemson has three wins against CFP top 25 teams compared to one for Louisville at this time and the committee still places a high value on the head to head Clemson has over Louisville at this time as well.”

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — After a night of arguing (I know, I was there), morning has come in Louisville with the College Football Playoff selection committee’s rankings being are what they are.

I’m not sure why the surprise. For two days, I said on three different mediums (internet, television, radio) that the Cardinals would be the No. 5 team in the rankings when they were announced Tuesday night, and sure enough, there they were. (Or, as Mr. Tony Kornheiser would say, I believe I had that.)

But I also believe I have this: If Louisville wins out, even moderately impressively, the Cardinals have a path to the college football playoff, and a good chance of being one of the four teams standing at the end.

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The University of Louisville fell six spots to No. 11 in Tuesday’s newest edition of the of College Football Playoff rankings in the wake of the Cardinals’ blowout loss last week at Houston.

The Cards (9-2) had been frustrated with their rankings last week, when they were left out of the top four. This week, U of L is only the sixth-highest ranked two-loss team. The Cards’ CFP ranking is the same is their No. 11 spot in the USA TODAY Amway Coaches Poll and AP Top 25.

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I think it’s safe to say that an extremely motivated team is headed to Houston tomorrow.

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Louisville football added its third commitment from the class of 2017 Thursday when Itawamba (Miss.) Community College running back Octavius Matthews pledged his allegiance to the Cards.

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound Matthews is rated as the nation’s No. 1 junior college running back by 247Sports.com. He rushed for 808 yards and four touchdowns as a freshman at Itawamba last season.

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We’ve been talking a lot lately about Louisville quarterback and Heisman frontrunner Lamar Jackson, and for good reason. He’s provided a season’s worth of highlights in just two games, and he currently has his Cardinals squad (in awesome all-red chrome helmets) putting a beatdown on Florida State. But it’s his high school highlights that keep blowing our minds.

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Lamar Jackson and the fifth-ranked Louisville Cardinals visit the Virginia Cavaliers on Saturday, fresh off a thrashing of North Carolina State that only bolstered the Heisman buzz surrounding Jackson.

Bronco Mendenhall’s Cavaliers are 32-point underdogs and would not seem to be much of a threat to slow down Louisville.

 

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see who began his college career at California Junior College before changing to Butler Junior College will enroll for fall semester 2017 and have 2 years of eligibility remaining. The athletic lineman has recently been hearing from schools such as Houston, UCF, TCU, Iowa St., Arizona St., and UK but described the coaches and how they impacted him committing to Louisville “I liked Coach K (Klenakis) the oline coach, I liked his attitude toward the game and the vibe I got from him.” Palmer said. Not only was Palmer impressed with Coach Klenakis, but he also talked about Coach Petrino and the opportunity to play for such a big named coach “Coach Petrino wins. It’s what he does. And to be able to play for as big of a name as big and widely renowned as Bobby Petrino is a blessing.”” width=”759″ height=”500″ /> Palmer, who began his college career at California Junior College before changing to Butler Junior College will enroll for fall semester 2017 and have 2 years of eligibility remaining. The athletic lineman has recently been hearing from schools such as Houston, UCF, TCU, Iowa St., Arizona St., and UK but described the coaches and how they impacted him committing to Louisville “I liked Coach K (Klenakis) the oline coach, I liked his attitude toward the game and the vibe I got from him.” Palmer said. Not only was Palmer impressed with Coach Klenakis, but he also talked about Coach Petrino and the opportunity to play for such a big named coach “Coach Petrino wins. It’s what he does. And to be able to play for as big of a name as big and widely renowned as Bobby Petrino is a blessing.”

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dosage " Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said. "Will will continue to be an integral part of our program moving forward because of his leadership he has displayed and the respect he has in the locker room."” width=”640″ height=”400″ /> “It is really unfortunate and disappointing for Will because of how hard he has worked and how respected he is in the locker room, doctor ” Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said. “Will will continue to be an integral part of our program moving forward because of his leadership he has displayed and the respect he has in the locker room.”

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