In this week’s edition of ScoreCards, Louisville head football coach Scott Satterfield talks music, football and his favorite Louisville restaurant.
Dominique Yates and Jeff Faughender, Louisville Courier Journal
Louisville’s football season just inched closer, at least on paper.
The Cardinals announced Tuesday their nonconference game against Western Kentucky will kick off at 4 p.m. on Sept. 14 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville.
The programs have clashed many times before.
Western Kentucky kept it close last year and nearly upset Louisville, which trailed 14-0 before winning 20-17. Louisville leads the all-time series, 20-12, including wins over the Hilltoppers in the last 10 meetings.
This year’s game though features new head coaches in both programs – Scott Satterfield at Louisville and Tyson Helton at WKU.
Louisville opens its season Sept. 2 at home against Notre Dame. Western Kentucky hosts Central Arkansas on Aug. 29.
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