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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- University of Louisville's winning streak ended with a loss to Syracuse University Saturday afternoon.
Louisville lost 45-26 to the New York team. They were playing away this week at Carrier Dome.
According to the Associated Press, Ryan Nassib threw for 246 yards, Jerome Smith ran for 144 yards and Syracuse handed No. 11 Louisville its first loss of the season in a 45-26 victory on Saturday.
Playing in the last home game of his SU career, Nassib directed an offense that gained 524 total yards. Nassib went 15 of 23 and passed Marvin Graves as the school's career leader in passing yards, the AP says.
The Orange (5-5, 3-3) blew the game open with three touchdowns in the second quarter and Louisville (9-1, 4-1) allowed more points than it had in any game this season.
Teddy Bridgewater completed 36-of-49 passes for 426 and three touchdowns for Louisville.