LA-Lafayette vs. Florida: Live Scores, Analysis and Results
Final: Florida 27, Louisiana-Lafayette 20
On upset alert for the second straight week, the Gators rallied back to avoid a monster upset. Read below for analysis as the action unfolded.
And the final box score. (h/t ESPN)
What an unbelievable ending to the game today.
Here are the final stats from the game. (h/t ESPN)
What an ending to this game.
Louisiana did everything they could to win this game but Florida was able to outlast the Cajuns and and make enough plays at the end of the game to come away with the win.
Hats off to the way Louisiana prepared and played this week. They deserved a win. Also, what a play by Loucheiz Purifoy to come away with the blocked put and another great play by Jelani Jenkins for the scoop and score.
No such luck for Louisiana.
Josh Evans makes the tackle and the Gators survive in the Swamp for the second straight week.
With just :02 left on the clock this game is all but wrapped up but the way the last three minutes have played out would you be surprised with a kick returned for a touchdown to tie it?
Louisiana 20 Florida 27
FLORIDA BLOCKS THE PUNT AND RETURNS IT FOR A TOUCHDOWN!
ARE YOU SERIOUS?
It looks like both teams are playing for overtime.
Louisiana 20 Florida 20
Jacoby Brissett finds Quinton Dunbar in the back of the endzone for a touchdown.
Great roll out and vision from Brissett and a good job of getting open by Dunbar.
Brissett finds a wide open Reed who takes the ball down to the UL 2-yard line.
Florida's defense holds, but the Gators best chance at scoring might be on special teams.
Matt Elam was shaken up on the second down play and had to come off of the field.
UL calls a timeout to re-think their third down play call.
Louisiana will take over the ball at their own 11 with 5:13 left and a chance to pull off the biggest upset in their school's history. Louisiana is 0-35 against the SEC.
Another missed opportunity for the Gators.
Frankie Hammond beat his man but the ball was overthrown by Brissett.
Florida's defense is able to hold UL short on a third down play.
That's another big stop for the defense. De'Ante Saunders was able to return the ball to UL's 49 so the Gator offense will have good field position.
Florida's offensive line has been getting dominated all game and now the defensive line is wearing down.
A holding negates a first down run from Jacoby Brissett.
Florida continues to kill themselves with stupid penalties.
Louisiana's 20 points today matches Tennessee for the most points Florida's defense has given up all season.
Louisiana 20 Florida 13
UL has their drive stalled inside the five.
That is a big stop for the Gators, but can their offense tie the game?
If Louisiana can get into the endzone on this drive and extend their lead to 24-13 do the Gators have enough offense to come back?
They haven't shown that they can and they are not built to be able to come back throwing the football. There is a ton of time left but a touchdown here could pretty much seal the Gators fate.
Pass interference on Marcus Roberson will give UL a first down.
The coverage was tight but it did look like Roberson was holding the receiver on the play.
WHAT A CATCH!
Broadway finds a receiver for 16 yards on third down. The ball went through Loucheiz Purifoy's hands but it was a great pass and an even better catch.
UL takes their lead into the fourth quarter.
Jacoby Brissett should have been picked off on that third down pass. It's tough to come into this game cold, but you can't make that throw.
Louisiana 17 Florida 13
Louisiana blocks a punt and returns it for a touchdown. The Cajuns take a lead late in the third quarter.
The Swamp is silent.
Jeff Driskel limps off of the field after being dragged down.
Jacoby Brissett is in the game and we'll see what the sophomore signal caller can do.
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