It’s certainly not a surprise, but worth mentioning that UofL standouts Gerod Holliman and DeVante Parker were awarded Helmet Stickers for their performances against Boston College by ESPN.com’s ACC blog. Holliman picked off three more passes, bringing his nation-leading total to 13, one off the NCAA single-season record. Parker scored his first TD of the season, a 29-yard strike from Bonnafon late in the second quarter.
Louisville safety Gerod Holliman. What more needs to be said about Holliman? He had added three interceptions in Saturday’s 38-19 win at Boston College, giving him a ridiculous 13 on the season. Through 10 games. Let that sink in. He easily leads the nation, as he is now four ahead of Ole Miss’ Senquez Golson.
Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker. It’s easy to wonder where this Cardinals team would be had Parker not gotten hurt during camp. The senior turned in another brilliant performance on Saturday, notching eight catches for 144 yards to go along with his first touchdown of the season. All Parker has done in his three games back is tally 25 catches for 490 yards, topping 130 yards in each of his three contests.