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West Virginia Vs. Louisville Score Update: Louisville Takes Late Lead 24-21

Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater started off the half throwing an interception to Najee Goode at midfield. The Mountaineers took the football in great field position, but plodded along down the field settling for a field goal try. Tyler Bitancurt missed the 32-yard field goal try, giving the ball right back to Louisville and wasting an opportunity.

Louisville wound up going three-and-out, but West Virginia gave Louisville the ball right back. Andrew Bule fumble the first carry of the WVU drive. The Cardinals capitalized on the turnover, kicking a 39-yard field goal to give Louisville the lead, 24-21. The teams then traded punts and stalled drives the remainder of the third quarter.

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