Gators vs Cincinnati


Gators vs Cincinnati:

Who won in the Super Bowl 2010 Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Florida Gators? Florida Gators won with a score of 51-24 victory over Cincinnati at the 76th Sugar Bowl in the Louisiana Superdome.

Tim Tebow finished with 482 yards passing and three touchdowns on 31-of-35 passing and added 51 yards and another touchdown on the ground. The 482 yards passing were alsoSugar Bowl and BCS bowl game records while the 31 completions established a new Sugar Bowl record. Tebow’s 88.6 completion percentage set a BCS bowl game record and his four total touchdowns tied a Sugar Bowl mark.

After wrapping up a stellar career with his best statistical game, it came as no surprise that Tebow was awarded the Sugar Bowl’s Most Outstanding Player trophy.

But the game wasn’t just the Tebow show; Florida’s defense was almost as impressive. The Gators held the high-scoring Bearcats to 24 points, tied for their lowest output this year and below their 39.8 points per game average heading into the contest. Cincinnati entered the game averaging 464.2 yards per game, sixth best in the nation, but was held to just 246 on the night and only 55 yards in the first half. The Bearcats had given up just 11 sacks during the regular season but Florida’s defense notched four sacks on the night.

Florida’s Riley Cooper caught seven passes for 181 yards and a touchdown while Aaron Hernandez added 111 yards and another touchdown for the Gators. Deonte Thompson recorded a first-half touchdown catch. Emmanuel Moody had just 14 yards rushing but posted a pair of touchdowns on the ground for Florida.

As a team, Florida tied a Sugar Bowl record and set a new BCS bowl record with 659 yards of total offense.

Tony Pike led Cincinnati with 170 yards and three touchdowns on 27-of-45 passing. Mardy Gilyard set a Sugar Bowl record with 207 yards on eight kick-off returns; It was also the second-highest kickoff return mark in BCS bowl history. He added 41 receiving yards to finish with 248 all-purpose yards which was the third-highest total in Sugar Bowl history and fifth-best in BCS bowl history.

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Maroussia

April 23, 2010 at 3:09 PM

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