Kentucky vs Louisville Predictions, Odds Week 13 2023

Kentucky vs Louisville Predictions, Odds Week 13 2023

See who we predict to win and cover in Louisville in our week 13 college football preview for Kentucky vs Louisville by reading on for betting odds and analysis.

  • Kentucky ranks 91st with a passing completion rate of 56.3%.
  • The defense of Louisville allows 64th few points per game.


At 12:00 ET on Saturday, November 25, the Louisville Cardinals and Kentucky Wildcats will play a game. This week’s NCAAF match between the Cardinals and Wildcats can be found on ABC.In this nonconference game, the Cardinals are the 7-point favorites to win. Do they represent the best spread play? See how I anticipate this one unfolding in Louisville by reading on.


  • Sport: College Football
  • Teams: Louisville Cardinals vs. Kentucky Wildcats
  • Where: L&N Federal Credit Union Stadium in Louisville
  • Date: November 25, Saturday


Following their most recent defeat to South Carolina, Kentucky’s record as a whole is at 6-5. With a final score of 17–14, the Wildcats were unable to win the game. Kentucky has an ATS record of 5-5 based on an average score difference of +3.5 for the season. Six times the Wildcats were the favorite, and four times they were the underdog. The average over/under for Kentucky’s games this season has been 48.2 points. The Wildcats enter this week’s game with an over/under record of 7-3.

Against South Carolina, the Wildcats completed 34 pass attempts, gaining 171 yards and one touchdown. They produced one rushing touchdown with an average of 4.7 yards per carry in the running game. Devin Leary, the quarterback, completed the game with a quarterback rating of 62.25 after completing 17 of 34 passes for 171 yards in the defeat over South Carolina. He improved his performance by one touchdown as well.

In the end, Kentucky’s defense gave up 259 yards in total versus South Carolina. Against Kentucky, South Carolina threw the ball 27 times for 207 yards. 52 running yards were surrendered by the Wildcats while on the ground. The Wildcats defense leads the league in quarterback hurries and has produced 25 sacks so far this season. They are conceding 24.3 points per game overall (92nd). They rank 122nd in the NCAA against the pass with 238.3 passing yards given up per contest. Each game, Kentucky allows 110.4 running yards.


With a 10-1 record going into this week’s game against Kentucky, the Louisville Cardinals are above.500. This follows their most recent victory (38-31) over Miami. Louisville has started as the underdog in one game and as the favorite in eight others thus far. An average scoring differential of +14.8 and an ATS record of 5-5 have resulted from this. Currently, Louisville has averaged 51.5 points per game in its 11 games. The Cardinals’ over/under record as a result is 5-5.

The Cardinals passed the ball 37 times for 308 yards and three touchdowns against Miami in the passing game. They had two running scores in the end, averaging 4.8 yards per carry on the ground. In the passing offense against Miami, Jack Plummer had a fantastic day in the air, completing 24 of his 37 passes for 308 yards. Ultimately, he had a passing rating of 106.59 and averaged 12.8 yards per completion.

By the end of the game, Miami had gained 486 yards in total thanks to the Cardinals defense. 159 yards were gained through the running game against 327 in the passing game by the team’s run defense. With an average of 18.4 points per game going into this week’s match, Louisville’s defense is ranked 64th in terms of points allowed. They rank 84th nationally in passing yards allowed per game, with opponents gaining 219 against them. With 100.1 running yards allowed against the run, they rank 20th in college football.


Last year, in their most recent meeting, Kentucky prevailed 26–13 in their head-to-head battle. In terms of the performance of the two offenses in this game, Kentucky threw for 188 yards and ran for 158. Louisville, on the other hand, ran for 164 and ended up with 145.

Right now, Louisville is a 7-point road favorite. There hasn’t been any change in the point spread since opening; the lines have remained steady. Louisville is presently assigned a 74% chance of winning based on the moneyline odds, with a moneyline payout of -281. On the other hand, the Wildcats’ implied win probability at a moneyline of +225 is 31%.


  • In their last ten road games, Kentucky is 6-4.
    Louisville has a 3-7 record (last 10) against the spread while playing at home.
    Louisville has a 3-2 overall record while playing as an underdog in their last five games.
    Looking back, Kentucky’s ATS record was 2-1 over the last three times they were favored. you can wager on the different betting types, such as moneyline, spread, and total, and you can bet either on your favorite team or an undervalued underdog, always with the best and latest wagering lines. Open your account now and receive a 100% bonus on your first cryptocurrency deposit, just click below:

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