The University of Louisville hits the road again for another ACC contest this week as the Cardinals will face a Boston College program it has a three-game winning streak against.
The Cardinals are 5-3 all-time against the Eagles and are 2-2 in games in Chestnut Hills.
The series dates to 1986 and last season's 17-14 win at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium by U of L was the first game in the series that has been decided by seven or fewer points.
U of L dominated the game last season on defense with Sheldon Rankins getting the fumble recovery for a touchdown, while Trevon Young's sack on fourth down to end the game sealed the victory.
Two years ago, Gerod Holliman intercepted three passes and Devante Parker hauled in a TD pass for a 38-19 victory.
The Cardinals had won the previous meeting 52-28 in September of the 1998 season. Boston College won in Chestnut Hills in the first game of the series - 41-7 in 1986 - and also in 1991 33-3.