With a 5-3 record eight games into the 2019 season Scott Satterfield and the Louisville Cardinals are one of the biggest surprise teams in college football.
This Louisville team has a legitimate chance to triple the Vegas win total of three. We’re still a ways away from competing for big time bowl games and conference championships, but those that cover college football nationally are seeing how quickly Satterfield is getting it turned around.
Needless to say, they’re impressed.
Louisville was a total mess last year. Scott Satterfield led them to their 5th win today. He’s going to do special things for that program.
— Daniel Jeremiah (@MoveTheSticks) October 26, 2019
Louisville was 2-10 last year and looked like one of the worst Power Five teams. Might have an argument that they’re the second best ACC team in 2019 knocking off Wake and UVA. If Scott Satterfield can win eight with this group, serious Coach of the Year consideration.
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) October 26, 2019
Louisville probably going bowling in Year 1 under Scott Satterfield is:
b) hilarious for fans of any team Bobby Petrino has worked for in the last 12 years or so
— Alex Kirshner (@alex_kirshner) October 26, 2019
How many times can I say what an incredible job Scott Satterfield has done this year? Because I can’t say it enough.
— Andrea Adelson (@aadelsonESPN) October 26, 2019
The suddenness of the culture change at #Louisville has been unbelievable. Scott Satterfield is studlier than I even thought. What a coaching job.
— Dave Miller (@Miller_Dave) October 26, 2019
Scott Satterfield might sneakily be the best coaching hire of the last cycle. Louisville looks like a completely different team from last season.
— Gabe Hauari (@GabeHauari) October 26, 2019
Scott Satterfield = ACC Coach of the Year https://t.co/m7NTSufPIK
— Brett Friedlander (@BFriedACC) October 26, 2019
You cant say enough about what satterfield has done at Louisville… just outstanding
— Jeff or Jeffrey Fann (@TalkinACCSports) October 26, 2019
Is Scott Satterfield the 2nd-best coach in the ACC right now?
It is he and Clawson for ACC Coach of the Year at this point.
— Matt Zemek (@MattZemek) October 26, 2019