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Boston College vs. Louisville: Live Updates

Live updates from today's football game between the Boston College Eagles and Louisville Cardinals from Kentucky

Boston College (4-2) and Louisville (3-3) will both look to end their two game losing streaks this afternoon in Kentucky. The Eagles are fresh off a bad loss to NC State last weekend 33-7, a game that was highlighted by a third quarter where everything and anything went wrong. Quarterback Dennis Grosel will look to get back on track as well, after a tough game against the Wolfpack. 

Louisville features a defense that has struggled for most of the season. Their passing defense is one of the worst in the country, and a rushing defense that hasn't made many stops either. But they feature a renewed Malik Cunningham who has been much more effective in 2021, lowering his turnovers and making smart decisions throughout the game. 

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End of First Quarter: Boston College's offense had one good drive out of three. Still struggling to get the ball downfield. Defense had a turnover on a fumble recovery by Kam Arnold, nicely punched out by Josh DeBerry. Malik Cunningham's scrambling ability has been a problem, with 61 yards rushing.

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