Expect a lot of offense. The Bulls (6-1, 1-1 Big East) and Cardinals (4-2, 0-1) rank first and second in the conference, respectively, in both points (35.4 and 31.5 per game) and total offense (436.3 and 405.2). Then again, these are the top two run defenses in the league as well, with USF allowing just 77.3 yards and Louisville giving up a league-low three touchdowns in six games. USF has allowed an opponent to rush for 100 yards in the past two games, and Louisville freshman Victor Anderson, left, averages 110.5 and leads the conference at 7.0 yards per carry, though he hasn't faced a defense like the Bulls.
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Which quarterback can best eliminate mistakes? USF's Matt Grothe has been superb, with just three interceptions in seven games while throwing for a Big East-best 12 touchdowns. Louisville's Hunter Cantwell, however, has a league-high eight interceptions and a young, unproven group of receivers.
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