Louisville defeats Florida 33-23 in Sugar Bowl
WUFT News on January 3rd, 2013 | Last updated: March 30, 2013 at 2:11 pm
From their first-play interception to their final failed onside kick, the Florida Gators had few answers for an energized Louisville team led by former Gator Assistant Coach Charlie Strong. His Louisville Cardinals repeatedly stuffed Florida’s offense while putting on a passing clinic of their own, featuring dramatic third-down efficiency. UF Head Coach Will Muschamp said afterward his team “got outcoached and outplayed”. Game storyline report from WUFT-TV’s Katie Gillen.
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