Louisville's high and low points from camp

A 60-second Scout Now alert looking at the University of Louisville's high and low point during fall football camp.

The University of Louisville is finished with its fall football camp and Cardinal Authority is taking a look back. What was the high point? The low point? Here's a look.

The high point has to be the play of Devonte Fields. The JUCO transfer linebacker will start for the Cardinals on Saturday after arriving on campus just two days prior to the start of fall camp.

The former Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year when he was at TCU adjusted quickly to the scheme and has "really worked hard and is ready to go," according to defensive coordinator Todd Grantham.

Another high point is a fairly healthy team heading into Auburn for U of L.

But perhaps the low point is just before camp started Bobby Petrino talked about one of the five quarterbacks "stepping up and telling us," that he was the starter. The Cardinals didn't have that happen and still haven't named a starting quarterback.

Kickoff on Saturday is at 3:30 p.m.


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