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The Golden Flash actually lead the series 9-8 over the Cardinals. Louisville leads the series 7-2 in games played in the Derby City, while this is the first trip to Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium for Kent State. The Cardinals have won four in a row at home. The series dates back to 1956 when Kent State won 7-0. Louisville has two shutouts in the series and has been shutout once. U of L’s largest margin of victory in the series is 34 – a 34-0 win in 1972.
This is a potentially significant loss for Kent State, who is already missing backup QB Mylik Mitchell with a knee injury suffered in training camp. This leaves redshirt junior George Bollas and true freshman Dustin Crum as quarterback options for the Golden Flashes ahead of the team’s trip to #14 Louisville.
Indeed, that’s the case for quarterback Nick Holley, who is undergoing an MRI to survey potential damage to his knee after leaving Saturday’s game vs. Marshall with an injury in Kent State’s 24-0 loss to the Thundering Herd.