GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Florida State and Georgia Tech each saw an offensive and defensive player earn an Atlantic Coast Conference weekly football honor for their play in key league division wins on Saturday.
The theme of the press conference? The team is moving on and putting the ECU loss behind them as quickly as possible. They reviewed the game film and the full attention of the team is turned towards Clemson. After all, there isn't much in the way constructive critique to be gleaned from an outing where the other team put up two games worth of yards and points in one afternoon.
Quarterback has been an area of concern for Louisville all season, but that concern was taken to a new level on Saturday when starter Will Gardner left the game with a knee injury in the third quarter. His primary backup, freshman Reggie Bonnafon, was unavailable because he was attending the funeral of his father.
Adidas said when they announced their new deal with Louisville that they wanted the Cardinals to become their own version of Oregon. They certainly took a step in that direction Monday when revealing the uniforms U of L will be wearing when they host Florida State on Oct. 30.
Clemson announced late last night that they have a new starting quarterback. If you watched the FSU game, it is likely no surprise that Deshaun Watson is now the starter. Watson threw for 266 yards on 19-28 passing against the Seminoles.