Place: Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Ky. TV: ESPN2 – Chris Cotter (play-by-play), Mark Herzlich (analyst) and Jalyn Johnson (sideline). Channel (Louisville)/Live Stream: Spectrum: 30, Dish: 143, DirecTV: 209, fuboTV (link here).
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- 1 Where can I watch the UOFL football game?
- 2 What channel does Louisville football play on today?
- 3 What channel is the UK UOFL football game on?
- 4 Did Louisville win last night?
- 5 What channel is the UK game on tonight?
- 6 Where are the Louisville Cardinals football team from?
- 7 Who won the game between Louisville?
Where can I watch the UOFL football game?
How To Watch
- When: Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET.
- Where: Cardinal Stadium — Louisville, Kentucky.
- TV: ESPN2.
- Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
- Follow: CBS Sports App.
What channel does Louisville football play on today?
Location: Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, KY. TV Channel: ESPN2 has tonight’s TV coverage. 5
What channel is the UK UOFL football game on?
The Kentucky game today will be broadcast on ESPN2. The kickoff is set for 7:30 pm EST. 4
Did Louisville win last night?
Louisville pulls away from Southern in 2nd half, wins 72-60.
What channel is the UK game on tonight?
The game will be broadcast on the SEC Network. That’s DirecTV 611, Dish 408 (Hopper 404), U-Verse 607/1607, FiOs 75/575 and Spectrum Cable 516/517 in Louisville and Lexington.
Where are the Louisville Cardinals football team from?
The Cardinals play their home games at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky, as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Who won the game between Louisville?
Levis runs for 4 TDs, Kentucky routs rival Louisville 52-21 — Given the huge holes to run through and time to throw the ball, Will Levis gladly took advantage of both strengths.