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How to Watch Louisville vs Boston College | Live Stream & Start Time | September 23

ACC opponents match up when the Louisville Cardinals (3-0) and the Boston College Eagles (1-2) play on Saturday, September 23, 2023 at L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium. Look below for more important info, including how to watch this matchup on Fubo.

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Louisville vs. Boston College Game Time and How to Watch

  • Game Day: Saturday, September 23, 2023
  • Game Time: 3:30 PM ET
  • TV Channel: ACC Network
  • Location: Louisville, Kentucky
  • Stadium: L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium
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Louisville vs. Boston College Stats and Insights

  • Louisville has put up a total of 68 more points than its opponents this year (22.7 per game), while Boston College has been outscored by two points (0.7 per game).
  • Louisville, on average, is scoring 10.0 more points per game this season (38.7) than Boston College is allowing (28.7).
  • The Cardinals are 2-0 overall when scoring over 28.7 points this season.
  • Boston College puts up 12.0 more points per game (28.0) than Louisville gives up (16.0).
  • The Eagles are 1-2 overall when scoring more than 16.0 points this season.

Louisville vs. Boston College Recent Meetings

  • The last two times Boston College and Louisville have squared off, the two teams share the same 1-1 record.
  • The two teams have gone over the total on one occasion while sharing a split 1-1 record in their games against the spread.
  • In their last two head-to-head matchups, Louisville has compiled 61 points versus Boston College, while allowing only 48 points.

Top Performers

Louisville

  • In three games for the Cardinals, Jawhar Jordan has posted 344 rushing yards and four touchdowns while averaging 10.8 yards per carry.
  • In the receiving game, Jordan has added 58 receiving yards and zero touchdowns on five catches.
  • Jamari Thrash has been a big contributor for the Cardinals, racking up 329 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 14 catches.
  • In three games for the Cardinals, Jack Plummer has put up 732 yards (244.0 yards per game) with five touchdowns, four interceptions and a 61.8% completion percentage.
  • With 98 rushing yards (4.7 YPC) and zero rushing touchdowns in three games, Plummer has been providing value with his legs in addition to the passing game.
  • Isaac Guerendo has run for 106 yards (4.8 yards per carry) and one touchdown as part of the Cardinals’ running attack.
  • In three games for the Cardinals, Guerendo has six receptions (2.0 per game) for 77 yards (25.7 per game) and zero touchdowns.
  • As part of the Cardinals’ defense, Devin Neal has compiled nine tackles and one interception in three games.
  • The Cardinals’ defense has been helped by the play of TJ Quinn, who has suited up for three games and delivered 11 tackles.
  • The Cardinals’ defense has been aided by the play of Dezmond Tell, who has suited up for three games and registered five tackles and one sack.
  • A big contributor to the Cardinals’ defensive unit, Ashton Gillotte has five tackles, 1.0 TFL, and one sack in three games.

Boston College

  • In three games, Thomas Castellanos has passed for 644 yards (214.7 per game), with five touchdowns and two interceptions, and a completion percentage of 59.5%.
  • Castellanos also has run for 231 yards and two TDs.
  • In three games, Kye Robichaux has run for 166 yards (55.3 per game) and two TDs.
  • Robichaux also has five catches for 32 yards and zero TDs.
  • In the passing game, Lewis Bond has scored two TDs, hauling in 12 balls for 175 yards (58.3 per game).
  • Ryan O’Keefe has 15 catches for 128 yards (42.7 per game) and zero touchdowns in three games.
  • In three games for the Eagles, Kam Arnold has registered 17 tackles.
  • Vinny DePalma has been providing a big boost on defense, amassing 16 tackles and 1.0 TFL for the Eagles.
  • In three games for the Eagles, Elijah Jones has amassed 10 tackles.
  • The Eagles’ John Pupel has compiled 11 tackles in three games.

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