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LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Blake Bortles and Central Florida had one last rally left, and it was enough to topple Teddy Bridgewater and No. 8 Louisville. Bortles threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Godfrey with 23 seconds remaining and the Knights stunned the Cardinals with a 38-35 victory on Friday night, ending Louisvilles perfect start. "I said, Lets get some 2-minute calls ready," Bortles said. "We knew we were going to have to go 2-minute. ... Our offensive line did a great job and our receivers did a great job of getting yards after the catch." Down 28-7 midway through the third quarter, the Knights (5-1, 2-0 American Athletic Conference) responded with three touchdowns in a 7:22 span. Storm Johnson had a 1-yard TD run and a 20-yard reception for another score, and William Stanback ran 12 yards for the tying TD. UCF then went in front on Shawn Moffitts 34-yard field goal with 7:36 remaining. Louisville (6-1, 2-1) reclaimed the lead on Dominique Browns 15-yard run with three minutes to go, but the Knights drove 75 yards in 11 plays to take the lead for good on Bortles TD and then held off the Cardinals comeback attempt. Bridgewater made one last desperate heave into the end zone as time expired, but the Heisman Trophy contender was unable to find anyone. The Knights then rushed the field in jubilation as a small gathering of fans in one section chanted "UCF, UCF!" "What can you say? It was a heck of a game," Knights coach George OLeary said. "Both teams played their hearts out. That was a great drive and it was a great win in a tough environment. "Obviously, its a big win. Its a big win because of the conference. We had great effort and great execution. ... We could have hung our heads, but we got after it." Bortles finished 21-of-32 passing for 250 yards and two touchdowns while Johnson rushed for 109 yards and a TD on 18 carries, leading a spirited comeback during which the Knights outgained the Cardinals 269-210 in the second half to finish with a 446-445 edge. It was Central Floridas second win over a ranked team in 27 attempts. It came in the lone conference meeting between the schools; The Cardinals are headed to the Atlantic Coast Conference next season. "It felt good seeing that clock hit zero," Godfrey said in an elated Knights locker room. "It was a great feeling inside, a great win for the program and UCF Nation." Struggling against a defence that entered the night allowing a nation-best 7.3 points per game and No. 2 against the run, UCF eventually found room to run when Johnson started to cut and bounce his way to extra yardage. Bortles chipped in with crisp passing, especially on the 20-yard pass to Johnson following a fumble recovery on the Cardinals 15. The combination of Johnson and Bortles ruined Louisvilles homecoming and its 100th game at Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium before a crowd of 55,215. "You cant live in misery or live in a loss," Bridgewater said after the Cardinals first loss since November to Connecticut. "We are the type of team that has mature guys and I am pretty sure our guys are switching their focus to South Florida. One loss doesnt determine the whole season." Bridgewater finished 29-of-38 passing for 341 yards and two touchdowns. He welcomed back top receiver DeVante Parker from a shoulder injury, connecting for a 29-yard pass on Louisvilles opening drive. Bridgewater also went to former high school teammate Eli Rogers, who finished with 10 receptions for 95 yards, including an 18-yard touchdown that gave Louisville a 7-0 lead. Ryan Hubbells fumble that hit the pylon for a touchback and a punt on the next drive prevented the Cardinals from expanding the lead, and UCF scored on its fifth possession. Johnsons 23-yard reception helped prolong the 71-yard drive, but Stanbacks recovery of Rannell Halls fumble at the 4 turned out to be the key play. Stanback scored on the next play. Louisville responded with a 10-play, 75-yard drive ending with Bridgewaters 10-yard TD pass to Parker in double coverage just before halftime. The Cardinals then emerged from the locker room to drive 75 yards for a 21-7 lead on Dominique Browns 20-yard touchdown run up the middle. Louisville seemed to be in control after James Quicks 30-yard return of punter Caleb Houstons fumbled snap made it 28-7, but UCF wasnt fazed. "We tell our kids to never, never give up," OLeary said. "Our kids were jumping to the music. I knew we were going to be OK. "We had a couple of good things happen and it lit a fire." Discount Air Max 1 . Adam LaRoche will take that. 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Kelli Stack and Alex Carpenter also scored for the Americans, who avoided a repeat of Finlands upset at the Four Nations Cup in Lake Placid, N.Y., in November. Finnish goalie Noora Raty made 58 saves in that one, but the three-time Olympian could stop just 40 of 43 U.VALDOSTA, Ga. - Blayne Barber won the South Georgia Classic on Sunday for his first Web.com Tour title, closing with a 5-under 67 for a two-stroke victory. The 24-year-old former Auburn player had a 15-under 273 total at Kinderlou Forest. He earned $117,000 to jump from 29th to sixth on the money list with $155,257. "It feels so great," Barber said. "I didnt look at a scoreboard all day and Im realizing now that it happened. Today was just a blur. I played some good golf and the next thing I know Im sitting here as a champion. I really didnt see it coming this week. It really came from out of nowhere." He overcame a double bogey on the par-4 12th with birdies oon Nos.dddddddddddd 14 and 16. "I feel like Im not very good at overcoming adversity," Barber said. "I think the reason I came out on top today was that I just took my hands off the steering wheel a little bit and just played golf and didnt look at any boards." Alex Prugh was second after a 67. Third-round leader Carlos Ortiz, trying to earn an immediate promotion to the PGA Tour as a three-time winner this season, had a 72 to finish third at 12 under. The Mexican player earned $44,200 to push his tour-leading total to $363,058. Greg Owen (69), Ryan Armour (70) and Monday qualifier Rob Oppenheim (72) tied for fourth at 11 under. ' ' '

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