Friday night’s UCF-Louisville game was a wild back-and-forth game that ended in appropriately bonkers fashion.

With 1:21 remaining, UCF tied the game 35-35 after a Dillon Gabriel six-yard touchdown run.

But things *really* got crazy in the final 25 seconds.

Louisville had 3rd-and-4 at the UCF 46, when quarterback Malik Cunningham was intercepted on an incredible play by Tre’mon Morris-Brash.

But on the very next play, UCF quarterback Dillon Gabriel was intercepted by Jaylin Alderman for a 66-yard pick-six to give Louisville a 42-35 lead that would hold up as the final score.


It’s a huge win for Scott Satterfield’s Louisville squad, who entered this game as a seven-point underdog.

[Photo Credit: ESPN]

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