The Miami Hurricanes were seeking their first postseason win since 2006, but the Louisville Cardinals hammered "The U" into the ground, sending the 'Canes to a 36-9 blowout loss Saturday in Orlando.
Offensively, Miami had trouble throughout the entirety of the game, failing to convert a single third down. Quarterback Stephen Morris was constantly under duress, and the running game continued to be lost without Duke Johnson.
The much-maligned defense actually played well during the first half, but Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's 447-yard performance can be summed up as a clinic.
After the brutal loss, Miami finishes the once-promising 2013 campaign at 9-4, and a few brutal lessons were learned about the 'Canes.