HOUSTON -- Duke Catalon scored three touchdowns and Houstons defense hurried and harassed Heisman favorite Lamar Jackson all night to propel the Cougars to a stunning 36-10 victory Thursday night that dashed No. 3 Louisvilles playoff hopes.Louisville (9-2) entered the game ranked fifth in the College Football Playoff rankings, but was outdone by a Houston team that saw own playoff hopes foiled by two losses to unranked teams.Things went wrong quickly for the mistake-prone Cardinals when they fumbled the opening kickoff to Houston (9-2). Greg Ward threw his first touchdown pass on the next play to make it 7-0. Brandon Radcliff lost a fumble later in the first and Houston added a field goal on the ensuing drive to make it 10-0.Jackson threw for 211 yards and a touchdown, but it didnt come until the second half.Houston then scored touchdowns on three straight possessions in the second quarter to push the lead to 31-0 at halftime. Catalon caught a touchdown pass, ran for another score and Houston got the third score in that span on a 50-yard pass by receiver Linell Bonner after a lateral.Louisville opened the second half with a 12-yard touchdown pass by Jackson, but he fumbled in the red zone on the next possession to ruin a chance to close the gap.The Cougars were in Jacksons face constantly, sacking him a season-high 11 times and keeping him from hurting them with his feet. He ran for a season-low 33 yards after piling up 338 yards rushing combined in the last two games. 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"Weve attacked their whole lineup with fastballs, curve balls and off-speed pitches and havent fallen behind in the count. Youve got to respect what they can do, but weve got to respect our stuff, too." The Astros, who entered this four-game wraparound series with an AL-worst 17-37 record, have won six of nine meetings with the Angels after coming over from the NL. Two of those wins have come at Wilsons expense, after the two-time All-Star had won his first five decisions against Houston with a 3.37 ERA. "Sports are very hard to predict," Wilson said. "Theres a lot of people over the years who have tried to be experts at projecting things, and I dont think these people have much of a shot past a coin flip in really predicting whats going to go on -- because theres so many factors. "I dont think theyre playing over their heads against us. Theyre a major league team," he added. "I mean, you watch the way Bo Porter manages. He forces action. Guys are stealing, guys are bunting, and they have a lot of players on their team with tools. Theyve got some relievers that can come in and strike people out, and theyve got some guys that can hit home runs." A victory over the Angels in Monday nights series finale would give the Astros their first four-game sweep of any club since Aug, 23-26, 2010, at Philadelphia -- and their first six-game winning streak since July 27-Aug. 3, 2010 (seven in a row). "We just havent played well against them. Thats really what it comes down to," Wilson said. "Its frustrating because weve been put in the position to win some of these games and we have not come through. The frustrating thing about our season so far is that we havent really been consistent. Right now Id say were too up and down." Lyles (3-1) allowed two runs and six hits in 5 2-3 innings, struck out five and walked one. The 22-year-old right-hander, who was promoted from Triple-A on May 2, has a 1.90 ERA over his past four starts after giving up eight runs through fouur innings in a 12-7 loss against Texas.dddddddddddd The Angels threatened in the eighth against Brad Peacock, who gave up a double to Albert Pujols and a walk to Mark Trumbo with none out. But Josh Hamilton flied to centre on the right-handers next pitch and Howie Kendrick grounded into a double play. The Astros loaded the bases with none out in the ninth against Garrett Richards, and Matt Dominguez delivered their final two runs with a single. Richards left the game with a twisted left ankle after he charged in on rookie Brandon Barnes attempted suicide-squeeze bunt and flipped to Hank Conger for the tag on Trevor Crowe. Porter sent Peacock back to the mound in the ninth after he had already pitched 1 1-3 innings, and the right-hander gave up a two-run homer by Conger after a leadoff walk to Alberto Callaspo. But Ambriz came on and got three outs for his second save in four attempts after regular closer Jose Veras closed out the first two games. "It was nail-biting time there," said Porter, who used Veras five of the previous six days. "Ambriz came in and did a tremendous job to close that game out. I tried to do everything I could to stay away from him because our bullpen has been getting taxed. But once Peacock gave up the two-run homer, we knew that it wouldnt take Ambriz long to get ready." Wilson (4-4) gave up three runs and six hits in 7 1-3 innings with nine strikeouts and no walks. Pena sent the left-handers first pitch of the fifth inning barely over the 18-foot wall in right field for his fifth home run and second in five games. Barnes led off the Houston fifth with a double and scored on a two-out single by J.D. Martinez. The Angels cut the margin to 3-2 in the bottom half, as Trumbo led off with his 13th homer. Corporan drove an 0-1 pitch to left-centre with two outs in the first for his fourth home run. The Angels tied it in the third with an RBI single by Pujols, after Mike Trout reached on a strikeout-wild pitch that sent former Astros prospect J.B. Shuck to third. Lyles minimized the damage by getting Trumbo to ground into an inning-ending double play. NOTES: Lyles was 5-12 with a 5.09 ERA in 25 starts with the Astros last season. ... The Astros have the first overall pick in Thursdays draft for the second straight year, after selecting SS Carlos Correa in 2012. The only other teams with that distinction since the draft began in 1965 were Tampa Bay in 2007-08 (LHP David Price and SS Tim Beckham), and Washington in 2009-10 (RHP Stephen Strasburg and OF Bryce Harper). ... The switch-hitting Corporan struck out his next three times up after the home run. ' ' '