The University of Louisville football team has won two games and moved up two spots in the polls after two weeks of the new college football season.
The Cardinals dispatched Eastern Kentucky University 44-7 on Saturday and then on Sunday moved up a spot in both polls.
Louisville started the season ranked at No. 9 in the Associated Press and USA Today Coaches' Poll and are now ranked No. 7 in both polls.
"We still have a long ways to go," U of L coach Charlie Strong said after Saturday's game. "We still have a lot of things to work on."
Alabama is ranked No. 1 in the coaches poll, followed by Oregon, Ohio State, Stanford, Clemson and Texas A&M before U of L.
In the AP poll, Alabama is ranked No. 1 followed by Oregon, Clemson, Ohio State, Stanford and Texas A&M.
The Cardinals play at Kentucky on Saturday at noon.