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Posted Sep 17, 2005
Senior defensive end Elvis Dumervil, who set a single-game NCAA record for sacks in a game against Kentucky with six, established a new NCAA record for the most sacks in two consecutive games with nine.
Senior defensive end
, who set a single-game NCAA record for sacks in a game against Kentucky with six, established a new NCAA record for the most sacks in two consecutive games with nine (former record: Pat Swilling of Georgia Tech who had eight in two games in 1995). Dumervil (pronounced DOO-mer-vil) finished the game with three sacks for a loss of 30 yards, six tackles and two forced fumbles.
Redshirt freshman WR
caught seven passes for 175 yards, tied for the 10th most yards ever for a U of L receiver. It was the most yards by a Cardinal receiver since Zek Parker had 184 receiving yards at Kentucky on Sept. 1, 2001. Urrutia (pronounced U-root-tee-uh) started at wide receiver for the second straight game, but this game marked his first career reception.
had a stellar outing, completing 18-of-22 passes for 368 yards and five touchdowns. His completion percentage of 81.8 percent is tied for the second-best single-game completion percentage ever at U of L (best:
, 12-of-14, 85.7 percent vs. East Carolina in 2004). In two games, Brohm has completed 37-of-49 passes (75.5 percent) for 547 yards and 5 TDs.
Brohm's five TD passes were the most for a U of L quarterback since
accomplished that feat against East Carolina on Oct. 26, 2002.
produced career highs in receptions (3) and yards (91) while scoring the first touchdown of his career.
produced his second career interception return for a touchdown, a 15-yard TD pick in the third quarter (his first was a 20-yard interception against
on Nov. 28, 2003). It was his third career defensive touchdown, scoring a TD last season against Cincinnati on a 24-yard blocked punt return (11/27/04). Johnson added three tackles and three assisted stops in the game.
Sophomore tight end
caught his fifth career touchdown pass, a four-yarder from Brian Brohm in the first quarter. It was his fifth TD reception in only nine career receptions.
Freshman defensive tackle
made his collegiate debut on the last play of the first quarter. Heyman recovered a fumble in the second quarter off a sack from senior Elvis Dumervil.
Redshirt freshman QB
saw his first career action, connecting all three of his pass attempts for 60 yards.
points matched the most ever allowed by
(also vs. Stanford in 1981, and vs. USC in 1985). The combined 133 points in U of L's consecutive home games is the second-highest ever for the Cardinals and the most since producing 148 in back-to-back games in 1913.
U of L improved to 16-0 when scoring over 40 points under coach
. The Cardinals have scored over 50 nine times in Petrino's third season at U of L. The Cardinals have produced over 40 points in 11 of the last 16 games.
U of L is 11-1 in Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in two years under head coach Bobby Petrino. The Cards have won seven straight home games.
Defensively, the Cardinals have held their first two opponents to a collective 89 rushing yards in 52 attempts (47 yards vs. UK, 42 vs. Oregon State). U of L entered the game ranked sixth nationally in rushing defense.
The sellout crowd of 42,647 was the third-largest ever in Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.
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