I agree that we got completely out coached.
Louisville's offensive coordinator had a great game plan that their players executed without hesitation.
Whats more concerning is that they thumped us with a one dimensional offensive scheme as we knew they were going to throw, throw, throw. This speaks to their execution as they exploited our secondary to perfection and we couldn't stop them.
Sure their qb is good, but what's concerning is how poised and seasoned he is as a sophomore with great instincts that have been developed.
I came away from this game really questioning our offensive staff and our ability to not just call a good game but more importantly, develop a quarterback as I watched ours continually lock in on his receiver - yes singular, not plural, as if he only had one out running routes.
This was probably the most disheartening part of the game to me, the fact that our quarterback hasn't really developed and gotten better throughout the season - capping with this game - he actually played better earlier in the season vs later.