Halftime analysis

Yes, U of L leads 14-7.

But this is exactly the type of situation that has gotten U of L in trouble all season.

The offense is clicking, then stops. Instead of extending the lead and putting the game away, U of L went backwards on a bizarre drive that saw them at 2nd and 42, and accomplished nothing the rest of the half.

When you have outgained an opponent 173-49, you ought to have more to show for it.

We’re early in the second half now. Bilal Powell needs to get at least eight touches in this half.


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