The Sugar Bowl on Wednesday January 2nd will feature the Louisville Cardinals facing off with the Florida Gators from college football. The Cardinals and Gators will begin the Sugar Bowl from New Orleans Superdome at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the coverage.
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The Cardinals following a 45-17 home win against Temple on November 3rd were an undefeated college football team with a record of 9-0 on the year. The team then went on to lose two straight to dash any hopes for a BCS title game berth. They found themselves with an opportunity for a share of the Big East title as they faced Rutgers on the road on November 29th on a Thursday night. The Cardinals fell behind 14-3 at the half and it looked as though Rutgers would earn a ticket into a BCS Bowl game. Louisville rallied in the second half by outscoring the Scarlet Knights 17-3 and earned the trip to New Orleans in the Sugar Bowl. Florida’s path to the Sugar Bowl came off an 11-1 regular season record. The only loss to keep the Gators away from the BCS title game came at the hands of the Georgia Bulldogs as Florida behind six turnovers drop a 17-9 home decision. Louisville brings the 23rd best passing attack from college football into the Sugar Bowl on Wednesday. Sophomore quarterback Teddy Bridgewater threw for 3452 yards and completed 69% of his throws with 25 touchdowns and 7 interceptions. Florida is the number five defense in all of college football as the team allows just 282 yards a game. They rank in the top 12 in the nation defending both the run and pass.