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A hidden advantage

NEW ORLEANS — The numbers are heavily slanted. The Florida special teams unit is better than the Cardinals in every major special teams statistic. And you didn't have to inform Louisville head coach Charlie Strong of the difference. He noted it as a large concern for Wednesday night's Sugar Bowl. If the statistics are any indication, special teams could be an area Florida finds an extra advantage.

"You have to play all three phases and their special teams have been outstanding," Louisville head coach Charlie Strong said. "We struggle some games with our special teams, but it's always a key element in the game. Special teams is going to play a critical element in the game. "We just have to make sure we don't give up the big plays special teams. When it's time to go cover, it's time to go... Recommended Stories

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