Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino, quarterback Lamar Jackson and others visit with media

Complete postgame video following Louisville's 63-20 win over Florida State

No. 10 Louisville improved to 3-0 for the first time since 2013 with a resounding 63-20 victory over No. 2 Florida State on Saturday afternoon.  It also marks the fourth time that the Cardinals have started the season 3-0 under the guidance of Bobby Petrino, also doing so in 2003, 2004 and 2006.  U of L improved to 2-0 in ACC play.

This is the highest ranked win in school history, surpassing the victory over third-ranked West Virginia in 2006.

Petrino, along with a select players visited with the media following the victory.  See the video player above to watch Petrino's comments.

Sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson had yet another Heisman-like performance, accounting for five touchdowns against the Seminoles.  He finished as the team's leading rusher for 146 yards and four touchdowns, while also tossing for 216 yards and another score.  In doing so, Jackson equaled a school record that has stood since 1926 joining Fred Koster (1926) as just the second player in school history to score four touchdowns in consecutive games.

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Senior running back Brandon Radcliff rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown, his second consecutive 100+ yard outing and seventh of his career.  He was joined by wide receiver James Quick and safety Josh Harvey-Clemons.  Quick led all receivers with 122 yards on seven receptions.  Harvey-Clemons led the Cardinals with eight tackles, including a sack.

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Sophomore Jaire Alexander reignited the Cardinals early in the second half when he returned a punt following the Seminoles opening series 69-yards for a touchdown to increase U of L's advantage to 42-10.  He registered a 61-yard punt return later in the quarter that set up another touchdown.  He also recorded three tackles, had a pass breakup and recovered a fumble from his cornerback position.

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