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The Golden Flash actually lead the series 9-8 over the Cardinals. Louisville leads the series 7-2 in games played in the Derby City, while this is the first trip to Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium for Kent State. The Cardinals have won four in a row at home. The series dates back to 1956 when Kent State won 7-0. Louisville has two shutouts in the series and has been shutout once. U of L’s largest margin of victory in the series is 34 – a 34-0 win in 1972.
There’s a lot on the line for Bret Bielema and Kevin Sumlin. Sumlin’s seat is certainly hotter, but this game feels like one with two desperate teams. Arkansas hasn’t beaten the Aggies since that 42-38 come-from-behind thriller back in 2011. The Hogs deemed the situation serious enough to break out alternate uniforms. Bielema, ever superstitious, seems to do that right when he needs a spark: 2014 LSU and 2016 Florida — both blowout wins — come to mind. Maybe the Hogs can summon the defense played in both of those games on Saturday.
With Starkel out, Mond and senior Jake Hubenak split time in an ugly 24-14 win over Nicholls State. But Hubenak, who looked better than Mond in that game, is dealing with an undisclosed injury that forced him to miss the Louisiana-Lafayette game in Week 3. His status for Saturday isn’t known. Mond had an uneven first half against the Ragin’ Cajuns, who boast the nation’s worst defense (allowed 48 points to Southeast Louisiana and 66 to Tulsa) and the Aggies actually trailed 21-14 at the break before scoring 31 unanswered to win 45-21.