And as Orr said, he was the one grinning from ear-to-ear as the Cardinals rolled.
"I loved every minute of it," Orr told Cardinal Authority. "It all just felt to good and was a blast. I knew it was going to be sold out and fun, but it was even more than I expected.
"It was just the best."
Orr came to the game with his mother and said he "plans on coming back" for a game or two more later in the season.
He committed to U of L in June and plans on signing with the Cardinals in February.
"It was fun watching them and just seeing how I think I fit in," Orr said. "It's the best place for me and I can't wait to get there."
The 6-foot, 190-pound Orr has been a two-way star at Notre Dame for two years and could play either defensive back or wide receiver in college. He said U of L defensive backs coach Terrell Buckley plans on using him on defense.
"That's fine with me," Orr said. "They said corner or safety."
Orr had 15 scholarship offers after a solid junior season. He finished with 1,724 all-purpose yards with 15 touchdowns and had five interceptions. Two of those interceptions were returned for touchdowns. As a sophomore, Orr had 1,105 all-purpose yards with 18 TDs, scoring five different ways - a kick return, a punt return, an interception return, a rush and a pass.
Orr passed for a touchdown, had four tackles and a pass deflection and had seven catches for 109 yards and three touchdowns last week in a 34-20 win over East Ridge.