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Smith leads No. 6 Louisville past Syracuse

Syracuse, NY (Sports Network) - Kolby Smith ran for a game-high 165 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns in helping to lead sixth-ranked Louisville to a 28-13 win over Syracuse in a Big East Conference showdown from the Carrier Dome.

Also scoring a pair of rushing TDs for the Cardinals (7-0, 2-0 Big East) was Anthony Allen, who gained just 45 yards on 10 attempts. Quarterback Brian Brohm hit on 18-of-26 for 203 yards and an interception in the victory. With the win the Cardinals moved to 7-0 for the first time since 1925.

"Syracuse is getting better and better and we're just happy to get out of here with a win," Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino said. "The Syracuse defense does quite a few different things and we had to make some adjustments, which we did quite well. We also went to a higher tempo and that helped."

Perry Patterson worked hard to keep the Orange (3-5, 0-3) competitive as he connected on 24-of-38 for 303 yards and a score, but he was picked off once and sacked a total of seven times in the team's third straight setback. His yardage total was a personal high, while his 24 completions were tied for second-most in a single game in school history.

"We just have to go in and correct the mistakes that we made," Syracuse wide receiver Rice Moss said. "We just have to finish out the game. I liked how we played until the end, especially trying to get the two touchdowns at the end."

Neither team was able to put points on the board in the first quarter, with the Orange beginning the day's scoring with a 27-yard field goal by Patrick Shadle less than a minute into the second.

The Orange were on the move again deep in Louisville territory, but Delone Carter lost control of the ball as he attempted to dive over the goal line from three yards out and the Cardinals recovered.

Brohm returned the favor shortly thereafter when he had the ball knocked loose by Jameel McClain and picked up by Kelvin Smith for Syracuse at the Louisville 12-yard line.

Following a penalty and a sack, Shadle connected on a 35-yard field goal to give the home team a surprising 6-0 edge with 4:49 to play in the half.

On the ensuing possession the Cardinals finally got their offense moving in the right direction.

A quick pass over the middle to Mario Urrutia moved the ball down to the two- yard line for Louisville. On the next play, Allen ran off the right side to put his team up 7-6 with 58 seconds to play in the half.

On the first possession of the second half for the Orange, Patterson was taken down for a loss for the third time on the afternoon on second down. Needing to gain significant yardage on third down, Patterson was grabbed by Deantwan Whitehead and then threw the ball out of bounds, prompting a flag for intentional grounding and a loss of down.

The immediate defensive pressure by the Cardinals early in the third quarter put the ball back into the hands of Brohm close to midfield.

A short screen pass from Brohm to George Stripling resulted in a breakaway gain for the running back, a total of 32 yards down to the 15-yard line. On 3rd-and-3, Stripling gained just enough to earn the Cardinals a new set of downs at the five-yard line.

Smith then took the hand-off from Brohm, bounced out to the right and made it into the end zone just inside the pylon, giving the visitors a 14-6 advantage.

Patterson and the Orange began to move the ball again following the Louisville score, but after checking off on the left side, he decided to throw over the middle and it was picked off by William Gay who returned into Syracuse territory.

On 2nd-and-5, Allen ran up the middle and broke a couple of tackles, but was then stripped of the ball, and Terrell Lemon scooped it up and brought it back the other way. However, the result was nothing more than a three-and-out.

Moving the ball rather easily after starting on their own 27-yard line, the Cardinals got down inside the five-yard line, but Smith was stood up at the goal line as the third quarter came to a close.

After switching ends, Allen burst over the line on the seventh play of the drive to give Louisville the 21-6 advantage.

Following yet another punt by Syracuse, Brohm marched his squad right back down the field once again, but under pressure the signal-caller lofty a pass into the center of the field which was juggled and then intercepted by Kelvin Smith for the Orange at the six-yard line and returned to the 15 for the home team.

Needing to keep possession of the ball and put points on the board, Patterson managed to convert a crucial fourth-down play with a 30-yard strike to Tom Ferron. On the very next play Mike Williams broke behind the defense and reeled in a 37-yard TD pass to make the score 21-13.

Williams finished the day with a career-high five catches for 98 yards.

Despite not cleanly fielding the ensuing kickoff, Louisville still moved the ball down the field, culminating with a 31-yard TD scamper by Smith at the 1:43 mark of the fourth.

As a last gasp, Donte Davis appeared to score a touchdown for the Orange as time expired, but he was called for offensive pass interference in the back of the end zone, leaving Louisville with the 15-point victory.

Game Notes

Syracuse went into the game leading the all-time series by a count of 3-2, but the Cardinals won their third straight over the Orange to knot the series...Now in his second year, Syracuse head coach Greg Robinson is still waiting for his first conference victory after going 0-7 in 2005...With only 19 yards rushing on 28 attempts, the Orange had their lowest production on the ground since gaining 18 yards versus Virginia in the 2005 season opener...Louisville, which has won 15 straight games at home (second-longest in the nation) was one of seven programs still undefeated entering this week...Averaging 40.5 ppg through the first six games of the season, the Cardinals were ranked fifth in the nation entering the week...Louisville entered the game ranked second in the nation in total offense with 507.8 ypg.

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