I think we just saw a mix of:
-Players being over-confident (I don't think anyone picked Louisville in this game)
-Louisville playing the underdog card
-Bad luck (first play of the game, UL RB fumbling but bouncing right back into his chest and picking up yardage, onside kicks, etc.)
-Some players concerned about the NFL (Reed? Where was he all night?).
But I have to give credit where it's due....Bridgewater was great. He was accurate enough, he has great pocket presence, great at reading defenses, great at finding his open receivers and going through his progressions. Whenever we safety/corner blitzed, he saw it and made the correct throw to the player the blitzing corner or safety was coming off of. The complete opposite can be said about Driskel. He has a lot of work to do to be considered a quarterback.