The Louisville Cardinals will once again be big time underdogs when they take the field on Friday night.
Per VegasInsider.com, the Cards are 21-point underdogs for their week ten match-up at Syracuse.
Cuse is the only team from the Atlantic division that hasn’t beaten Louisville since the Cards joined the ACC in 2014. Given that this is the best Syracuse team in quite some time, that will likely change on Friday night.
Dino Babers is having his best season yet in year three. The Orange are 7-2 overall and they’re ranked 12th in the AP Poll.
As for Louisville, the Cards are now 1-7 against the spread this season.
|Sep 1||Alabama||24||61||Lost 14 – 51||Loss|
|Sep 8||Indiana State||-42||68.5||Won 31 – 7||Loss / Under|
|Sep 15||WKU||-23.5||54||Won 20 – 17||Loss / Under|
|Sep 22||Virginia||4.5||53||Lost 3 – 27||Loss / Under|
|Sep 29||Florida State||5||47||Lost 24 – 28||Win / Over|
|Oct 5||Georgia Tech||5.5||56.5||Lost 31 – 66||Loss / Over|
|Oct 13||Boston College||12||57||Lost 20 – 38||Loss / Over|
|Oct 27||Wake Forest||-3||68||Lost 35 – 56||Loss / Over|
|Nov 3||Clemson||39||61||Lost 16 – 77||Loss / Over|
Louisville is tied for dead last among the 130 FBS college football program when it comes to covering the spread.
t129. Louisville 1-8 ATS
t129. Navy 1-8 ATS
128. Connecticut 1-7-1 ATS
t126. Washington 2-8 ATS
t126. New Mexico St 2-8 ATS
t120. 6 teams tied at 2-7 ATS (SD State, South Florida, Wisconsin, Florida Atlantic, TCU, Wake Forest