Sat November 24, 2012
College Football: Cards Fall to UConn in Triple Overtime; UK, IU Lose Season Finales
The Louisville Cards suffered their second straight loss, dropping their home finale 23-20 to Connecticut today in triple overtime.
The Huskies held U of L scoreless for most of the game, but the Cards were able to send it into overtime with a touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter.
UConn won it with a field goal in the third overtime after intercepting a Teddy Bridgewater pass.
The Cards fall to 9-2 overall and 4-2 in the Big East Conference but can still earn a share of the conference title with a win Thursday night at Rutgers, which lost to Pittsburgh.
In Knoxville, the Kentucky Wildcats lost their season finale to Tennessee, 37-17. It was Joker Phillips’ final game as UK coach. The Wildcats finish the season with a 2-10 record.
The Indiana Hoosiers finished their season at 4-8 with a 56-45 loss at Purdue.