Louisville vs Wake Forest Live Stream: How to Watch Online

Louisville and Wake Forest take on each other in a college football action on Saturday at 4:00 PM EST in BB&T Field, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It looks like to be an equally matched game.

How to watch Louisville vs Wake Forest:

Date and Time: October 28th, 2017 4:00 PM EST

Venue: BB&T Field, Winston-Salem, North Carolina


Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)

Louisville Team News

The Cardinals improved 5-3 in the season after they posted a thriller 31-28 win over Florida State last Saturday. All thanks to Blanton Creque’s game-winning 34-yard field goal with five seconds remaining which sealed the victory.

The win was huge for the Cardinals which lost their previous two games and needed the to boost to proceed further. Led by quarterback Lamar Jackson who had 334 yards of total offense and threw for two touchdowns in the win over Florida State is confident for Saturday’s game against Wake Forest.

The running game of the team is strong with senior running back Reggie Bonnafon running for 181 yards in his last two games. The Cardinals offense is racking up mammoth 552 yards while the defense needs to tighten up as they are allowing 383 yards thus far.

Wake Forest Team News

The Demon Deacons are now on a three-game losing streak after the 38-24 loss at Georgia Tech last Saturday night and is 4-3 (1-3 ACC) in the season.

One of the lows for Wake Forest this season has been their starting quarterback John Wolford, who has completed 91- 147 running 1199 yards throwing for just two interceptions thus far. However, the team carries a total of eight upperclassmen in the starting lineup which can turn the tide around but has yet to give a breakout performance. Will we see that happening in Saturday’s game?

Among those veteran players is Duke Ejiofor, who leads the team’s defense and ranks in the top 10 nationally in tackles for loss and sacks. The Demon Deacons have one of the nation’s top defenses, especially against the pass allowing just 179 yards per game. But will that be enough to stop Lamar Jackson and corp? seems unreal.

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