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Louisville's First Loss a Big One

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Syracuse, NY – A frustrated Syracuse University team that hadn’t played up to its potential for much of the season went off Saturday.

The Orange took it out on No. 10 Louisville, overwhelming the Cardinals 45-26 in front of a homecoming crowd of 40,312 in the Carrier Dome.

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