No. 5 Louisville's trip to Chestnut Hill, Mass., pitted the nation's top-scoring Cardinals, putting up an average of 50 points per game, against a Boston College defense that was first in the ACC and seventh nationally in fewest yards allowed per game (298.5).
Behind another Heisman Trophy-like performance for sophomore Lamar Jackson, U of L's offense blitzed the Eagles usually tough defense for 38 first-half points and a 52-7 win.
Jackson accounted for seven touchdowns and 416 yards in the win.
The Cardinals defense registered three sacks and nine tackles for a loss while limiting the struggling Boston College offense to just 207 total yards.
Check out the highlight package from the ACC Digital Network in the player above.