The NC State Wolfpack take on the Louisville Cardinals on Saturday (November 19) in NCAA Football action. The Wolfpack have gone 7-3 so far, as they sit in fourth place of the ACC Atlantic standings.
Their opponents, the Cardinals have started the season 6-4 as they sit just below the Wolfpack in fifth place. Both teams come into this game on the back of losses. The Wolfpack lost their last game 20-21 against the Boston College Eagles, while the Cardinals lost their last game 16-31 against the Clemson Tigers.
The betting odds and predictions are given below:
NC State Wolfpack vs Louisville Cardinals Betting Odds:
NC State Wolfpack vs Louisville Cardinals Match Details
Fixture: NC State Wolfpack @ Louisville Cardinals
Date & Time: Saturday, November 19, 3:30 p.m. EST
Venue: Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, Kentucky
Wolfpack vs Cardinals Key Stats
The Cardinals have been carried by Malik Cunningham this season. His performances have inspired the team toward results regularly. He has been an all-round superstar for a long time, but this season, he is outdoing himself.
He has been absolutely magnificent for them this season, leading across four major metrics. He has racked up 1552 passing yards this season in addition to his eight passing touchdowns. He has also racked up 561 rushing yards with 11 touchdowns.
Devin Leary has been great for the Wolfpack this season. The Wolfpack have been very successful and Leary has contributed massively to that success, racking up 1265 passing yards this campaign.
He also leads the side with 11 passing touchdowns. Not just in the passing department, he has been great in the rushing department as well. He leads the team in rushing touchdowns also, getting three this season.
Wolfpack vs Cardinals Final Prediction:
The Cardinals have a slight edge over the Wolfpack in this one. Cunningham has been better than Leary and should ideally win that battle, which could decide the entire outcome of the game.
They do also have the home advantage which will be very crucial in the outcome. The Cardinals should win.