Jan 03 2007

2007 Orange Bowl: Louisville vs. Wake Forest


The common theme that the winners seem to have in common is to have a chance at the National Title. “Right now, coming back and trying to win a national title looks very appealing,” junior quarterback Brian Brohm said.

Through three quarters, the Demon Deacons appeared on the verge of an upset, as squandered opportunities plagued the Cardinals. Louisville lost two fumbles in Wake Forest territory, Mario Urrutia dropped a potential 62-yard touchdown pass, and Art Carmody was wide right on a 32-yard field goal attempt, only his fourth miss this season.

The Cardinals overcame a rash of mistakes Tuesday night to earn their first major-bowl victory in 15 years, beating Wake Forest 24-13. Brohm threw for 311 yards and Anthony Allen scored two touchdowns, one on a trick play, to help Louisville finish 12-1 and clinch its highest end-of-season ranking ever.

Congratulations to the Louisville Cardinals on winning the 2007 Orange Bowl
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