Louisville Vs. Florida: Patric Young Throws Down Thunderous Dunk

The Florida Gators led the Louisville Cardinals 41-33 at halftime, but the Gators hot shooting ways of the first half have tapered off, and Rick Pitino's club has continued to hang around. With Louisville down just six points eight minutes into the second half, Florida big man Patric Young emphatically put the Gators back up by eight with just over 12 minutes to play.

Young has eight points in the game on four of five shooting from the floor, also grabbing four rebounds. The assist from Erving Walker was the Gator guard's sixth dime of the contest.

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