Virginia Falls At Louisville

Lamar Jackson accounted for four touchdowns and 342 yards while establishing an NCAA milestone, Dae Williams rushed for a TD, and Louisville's defense posted one of its best efforts this season in beating Virginia 38-21 on Saturday.
Seeking a rebound after three Atlantic Coast Conference losses in four games, the Cardinals (6-4, 3-3) returned from a bye to outgain the Cavaliers 493-277 and become bowl eligible for the seventh consecutive season. Virginia (6-4, 3-3) managed just 115 yards and a late touchdown after the break.
Jackson, the Heisman Trophy winner, became the first player in NCAA history to post two seasons with 1,000 yards rushing and 3,000 yards passing. The junior quarterback threw for 195 yards and three TDs, two to Jaylen Smith. The junior also rushed 15 times for 147 yards, including a 68-yarder for Louisville's first score.
The Cardinals' defense meanwhile allowed its third-fewest yards this season, a big improvement after yielding 625 two weeks ago at Wake Forest.