Louisville defeats Florida 33-23 in Sugar Bowl
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.
Fans always enjoy the experience of attending a bowl game, especially this one. The Allstate Sugar Bowl features a FanFest and New Orleans is known as a fun travel destination. WUFT-TV’s Stephanie Jones reports on the fan experience this year.
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It was another close game at home for the Gators, who managed to squeeze past Vanderbilt 50-47 on Wednesday night. This win stops the team’s four game losing streak.
The Florida Gators lost to the top-ranked Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday, 68-61.The Gators led by two points going into halftime, but Kentucky answered back with a strong second half, outscoring the Gators 40-31.
Saturday’s matchup between the Florida Gators and Arkansas Razorbacks came down to the wire. The Gators were able to secure the 56-55 victory with the help of Michael Frazier II’s clutch performance at the free throw line.
The LSU Tigers defeated the Gators 79-61, making this the team’s second straight loss. The Tigers had three players who scored in double-digits. Florida is now 3-2 in SEC play, and 10-8 overall.