ACC Week 4 Thoughts, Recaps, What Happened & What Mattered

ACC Week 4 Thoughts, Recaps, What Happened & What Mattered

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ACC Week 4 Thoughts, Recaps, What Happened & What Mattered

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3. Virginia 27, Louisville 3

Uh oh.

Under head coach Bobby Petrino, Louisville is supposed to be far, far, far better than three points vs. Virginia bad.

There was no running game – stuffed for just 66 yards with no big gashes – and there wasn’t anything happening from either Jawon Pass or Malik Cunningham and the passing game.

Credit Virginia’s defense for coming up with a strong game, and blame Louisville for not having Bryce Perkins.

The Cavalier quarterback was a sharp 17-of-24 for 197 yards and two scores with a pick, and he led the team with 78 rushing yards and a touchdown. And that’s what Louisville is missing. It doesn’t have a playmaker.

This is the offense now without Lamar Jackson.

The Three turnovers didn’t help, but it’s so much more than that. A week after struggling against Western Kentucky, a Bobby Petrino offense finished with just 214 yards and was almost doubled in total yards.

Uh oh.

The “other games
North Carolina 38, Pitt 35
Old Dominion 49, Virginia Tech 35
Clemson 49, Georgia Tech 21

NEXT: Virginia Tech’s disaster, and Clemson’s light scrimmage

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