NEW ORLEANS -- Florida fans clearly didn't want to be here, and their team responded in kind.
In the biggest surprise of the college football bowl season and the largest upset in Sugar Bowl history, Louisville and their outstanding quarterback Teddy Bridgewater stunned the Gators 33 -23 in a game that wasn't as close as the final score indicated. In so doing, the Cardinals became the first 13-point underdog ever to win in New Orleans.
They did it the old fashioned way: by hitting the Gators in the mouth early and never letting up. On the first play from scrimmage Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel threw an interception to Louisville sophomore cornerback Terell Floyd who ran it in for a touchdown.
From there Louisville was off to the races, scoring on their second possession and their third, and then tacking on three more scores for good measure. If Florida hadn't run a kickoff back for a touchdown with 7:41 remaining and scored again with 5:00 to go, this one would have been a b...