Louisville vs Virginia Live Stream: Watch College Football Online

The Louisville vs Virginia game is up for 12:30 PM EST later today. You can be sure of some action because both teams are 2-1. None of the teams have had a start on conference play. And this is a game where a lot depends on the outcome. Both, the Louisville Cardinals and the Virginia Cavaliers will give it all they have. The game is happening at the Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Virginia. Be sure you’re there and if you can’t be, tune in to your TV set or live stream the game to watch online.

How to watch:

Date and Time:  September 22nd, 2018 12:30 PM EST

Venue: Scott Stadium


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 Louisville Cardinals are coming in strong after two consecutive wins, 31-7 and 20-17 (against Western Kentucky Hilltoppers). Their initial loss was to the #1 Alabama Crimson Tide, where they still managed to score 14 points.

The Cardinals are strong and riding a wave of confidence. What we’re afraid of is any mishap. Especially when we’re talking the defensive lines. If the team improves their defense and the rushing offense, they will be much better off because now they’re up against a strong team like the Cavaliers.

Virginia Team News

The Virginia Cavaliers beat the Louisville Cardinals when we talk stats. They have a much better offense and better defense as well. They concede only 21.3 points on average per game. In comparison, the Cardinals are giving away 25. As for scoring points, the average is 34.3 for the Cavaliers vs. 21.7 for the Cardinals.

Surely, we are positive of a Virginia victory but we can never be sure. The game can quickly become a close one if any mishaps happen on the Cavaliers’ end. The uncertainty is always there.

Dean - Dean was born in the small town of Pocono, Pennsylvania. He loves winter sports and the Olympics, his dream is to compete someday in the X Games. He loves advanced analytics and stats; his favorite book being 11 Rings by Phil Jackson. His favorite team is the 76ers!