The third-ranked Florida Gators didn't just get beat by Louisville in the Sugar Bowl on Wednesday. They got embarrassed, and it raises questions about their vaunted defense.
Florida sophomore quarterback Jeff Driskel has shown steady improvement in 2012. Now he and the Gators are hoping he is ready to take a big step forward in the Allstate Sugar Bowl and into 2013.
Although Hunter Joyer and big brother Kamran will stand on opposite sidelines for the Sugar Bowl, their family and community stands together as always.
With an opportunity to focus on the big picture of his development, rather than a weekly game plan, freshman Dante Fowler Jr. is making rapid strides in advance of the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
CB Loucheiz Purifoy will be spending more time on offense in the Allstate Sugar Bowl and next season so the Florida Gators can take advantage of his speed, size and play-making ability. But his first role will be at cornerback.
Ten things fans should know about the AllState Sugar Bowl matchup between Florida and Louisville.
The Florida Gators finished No. 3 in the BCS and are ticketed for the Sugar Bowl, and you won't hear coach Will Muschamp complaining or politicking for anything different.
Will Muschamp declared Jeff Driskel to be Florida's starting quarterback in 2013. The situation behind Driskel is less settled though.
Oftentimes bowl trips are financial busts, but Michigan turned a small profit from its Sugar Bowl triumph.
Defensive tackle Mike Martin will always cherish the way his career ended, with wins over Ohio State and over Virgnia Tech in the Sugar Bowl.
Defensive tackle Will Heininger made the journey from walk-on to starter as a senior, but an injury cost him his final game, the Sugar Bowl.
Will Heininger had it all planned out. End his career in the Sugar Bowl then be a ski bum in Colorado. But a freak injury before leaving for New Orleans changed that.
Denard Robinson returns for his third year as a starter, but his Sugar Bowl performance was a reminder of how inconsistent he can be.
Junior Hemingway ended his career with sweet dreams -- two touchdown catches to propel Michigan to a Sugar Bowl victory over Virginia Tech.
Brendan Gibbons struggled mightily as a freshman but put in the time and effort to get better. Tuesday at the Sugar Bowl, his confidence produced the game-winning kick.
Sophomore offensive tackle Taylor Lewan turned down the volume on his personality and let his play do more of his talking this season.