Thousands turned out for the season's first home CardMarch
U of L head coach Bobby Petrino visits with family during the CardMarch
The team's march continues into the stadium through the Crunch Zone
End of CardMarch
Players finish the CardMarch
Players enter Howard Schnellenberger Complex
Cardinals warming up
Running backs coach Kolby Smith working with the backs before kickoff
Johnson & Thomas
Offensive linemen Kelby Johnson and Kenny Thomas
U of L offensive coordinator Garrick McGee & head coach Bobby Petrino
Louisville Marching Band pregame
U of L Marching Band
Freshman Khane Pass during the team entrance
Freshman Traveon Samuel led the Cardinals with 135 all-purpose yards against Houston.
Bobby Petrino watches the offense
Houston Cougar mascot
Freshman Lamar Jackson received his first career start.
Jackson was 17-27 for 168 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. He also rushed for 16 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. He was sacked twice.
Standberry put the Cardinals in scoring position with a 16 yard reception.
Jackson's 1 yard touchdown run was Louisville's first score.
Greg Ward Jr.
Houston QB Greg Ward Jr., threw for 236 yards and three touchdowns, while also running for 98 yards in Houston's 34-31 win.
Safety Josh Harvey-Clemons wraps up a Houston receiver
The 1990 Fiesta Bowl Champions were honored during the game.
All-Time Leader: Mark Sander
Former linebacker Mark Sander, a member of the 1990 Fiesta Bowl winning team, chats with media during Saturday's game. Sander, who played from 1987-90, is Louisville's all-time leader for career tackles with 488.
Fiesta Bowl Champs
The 1990 Fiesta Bowl Champions pose in front of Johnny Unitas statue.
Defensive coordinator Todd Grantham and head coach Bobby Petrino watch the Cardinals defense.
Devonte Fields tackles Houston receiver Demarcus Ayers.
Cardinals defensive tackle totaled four tackles.
Freshman Jaire Alexander during a 28 yard punt return.
The rookie had six catches for 55 yards in the loss.