Louisville put a hurting on Florida State in the first half, and you typically don’t take a 35-10 lead over the No. 2 team in the country without catching a few breaks.

Sometimes, those breaks are caught with your knees.

I have no idea how James Quick came up with this catch, and he probably isn’t sure either, but it was a huge play as it set up Louisville’s final touchdown of the first half to take the 35-10 lead into the break.

More importantly, it gave us a chance to check out Lee Corso’s reaction on the sideline.

Corso, who played at Florida State in college, got his first head coaching gig at Louisville. So he has affection for both schools, and he’s clearly uncertain whether or not he should be happy about these developments.

Source: CBS Sports Headlines / WATCH: Louisville players are out here making catches with their knees