The U of L football team earned votes on 64 of 65 ballots in the AP poll.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – It hasn't been easy for Louisville
to climb in the Associated Press college football Top 25 poll despite the
Cards' 5-0 start.
Three consecutive wins by a touchdown or less haven't kicked
up much love for Charlie Strong's team. Understandable. The Cardinals gained a
spot this week, moving to No. 18, benefiting from TCU's jarring loss to Iowa
But looking at the votes from the 65 voters this week, there
remains one voter who hasn't put Louisville in his Top 25 – Eric Hansen of the
South Bend (Ind.) Tribune.
The Cards are voted as high as No. 10 by Harold Gutmann of
the Herald-Sun in Durham, N.C. Thirteen voters put U of L 18th and
13 had the Cards 19th.
But Hansen didn't include Louisville on his ballot.
Which teams did Hansen vote for?
Two Big East teams – Rutgers (20) and Cincinnati (23).
Two-loss Washington – although the losses have been to LSU
Two-loss Michigan – with stumbles to Alabama and Notre Dame.