Memories of 1973 Sugar Bowl remain sweet and sour

Is the Big East the Rodney Dangerfield of Bowl Con: Is the Big East the Rodney Dangerfield of Bowl Conferences? Louisville football players weigh in on the topic in New Orleans, where they are getting ready to take on Florida in the Sugar Bowl

The No. 21 Louisville Cardinals entered NOLA as 14.5-point underdogs to No. 3 Florida, making the 2013 Sugar Bowl the biggest shocker the BCS has ever seen.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Jeff Driskel's throw on the first play of the Sugar Bowl was slightly behind receiver Andre Debose, and he could only tip the ball. Louisville cornerback Terell Floyd was right there for the rebound, and turned it into a 38-yard

There is certain to be plenty of hand-wringing among SEC apologists after this one, but the only truth is this: Louisville dominated Florida on Wednesday night in New Orleans, winning the Sugar Bowl, 33-23. And it wasn't that close. It started

Louisville might not have had the firepower on paper to stand up to 14.5-point favorite Florida. But the Cardinals did have Teddy Bridgewater.