Louisville Stuns the Gators in Sugar Bowl 33-23
NEW ORLEANS - It was an outcome not many outside the state of Kentucky predicted, Louisville winning the 2013 Sugar Bowl.
But they did just that, defeating the Florida Gators 33-23, a game where the score makes it seem much closer than it actually was.
The Cardinals, coached by former Florida defensive coordinator Charlie Strong came out with a great gameplan and executed it perfectly, forcing the Gators to pass while limiting them to only 111 yards rushing.
After Louisville went up 14-0 early in the first quarter the Gators were never able to fully recover.
Florida finished the season with an 11-2 record.
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