Posted September 04, 2013 on
With his name climbing in the Heisman Trophy banter across the country, University of Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is back at work this week. Bridgewater talked about things he – and the Cardinals – must improve on heading into the second week of the season.

Teddy Bridgewater has a 5/1 odds on the Heisman race

After the game that Jameis Winston had against Pittsburgh, I am a little surprised that Teddy Bridgewater has a higher odds, but I think this list will change quickly.  Right now at 10/1 odds for Jameis Winston, it could be a pretty solid bet for a 100 dollars. Odds to win the 2013-2014 Heisman Trophy […]

Teddy Bridgewater Given The Keys To The Car

You may have noticed something slightly different with Shawn Watson’s offense during Louisville’s season opening win against Ohio on Sunday. While most of the cast from last season returned and picked up right where they left off in 2012, there were a few newcomers that shined in the blowout win. Another notable change in the offense was quarterback Teddy Bridgewater given the...

Charlie Strong brings winning with core values to Louisville

Louisville coach Charlie Strong has instilled values along with winning in the Cardinals football program. The picture to the left is of a list on the wall in the Louisville media room. It displays the core values for the team which reads honesty, treat women with respect, no drugs, no stealing, and no guns as the key five factors.Strong has a 25-14 record at Louisville in three...

Heisman Trophy contenders: "Teddy Heisman" has a nice ring to it

There are already big changes in the Dynamic Dozen Heisman Contenders since the preseason list was released and it will surely change as the season goes along. The contenders are narrowed down later in the season. Half of the Dozen has changed with new additions to the early list including: WR Christian Jones (Alabama), QB Jameis Winston (Florida State), QB Derek Carr (Fresno...

College football Week 1: What we learned

The highly anticipated opening week of the college football season was as entertaining as any in recent memory. Big games, upsets, and impressive player performances proved that this is going to be another very entertaining football year. Though Week 1 left many question marks for the remainder of the upcoming season, some certainties emerged after the first weekend of play. Here’s...

Discussing The Killer B’s – Braxton Miller, Teddy Bridgewater And Tajh Boyd

On this recent edition of The UC Show, Ed, Tinsley and Kenny discuss the opening weekend of college football. They speak about Clemson’s impressive outing against Georgia as well as the debut of Jameis Winston as he made his first collegiate start at quarterback on prime-time against the Pitt Panthers. The three amigos keep the […]The post Podcast: Discussing The Killer B’s...

College Football Heisman Watch 2013, Week 2

We will be covering the Top 5 Heisman hopefuls every week for you, and you can expect the list to be changing right down to the wire. Some of the 2013 early season candidates are already in mid-season form and it will be fun to track them throughout the year. Without further ado, here are the top five Heisman Trophy candidates heading into Week 2… Teddy Bridgewater Teddy just tossed...

Louisville long shot in title race

We are the sum total of our accomplishments. Fair or not, judging a football team by these criteria is precisely the college climate we've been exposed to for years. Schedule, conference affiliation, and record are what fuel perception of each team -- despite knowing a team's 12-0 or 11-1 mark isn't created equally. There's a chance a team hailing from a pseudo BCS...

Heismania! Week 1

OK, we’ll go ahead and talk about Jameis Winston (QB, Florida State) first. He was preposterous in his CFB debut, completing 25/27, for 356yds, 4td passing, and another td rushing for good measure. Sure, Pitt isn’t the top of the food chain but if you find yourself thinking, “Sure, against an ACC defense!” I want you to next think, “Wow, I’m a f*@$ing idiot!” Because...

Louisville vs. EKU: Three Prediections

1.) 450+ Passing Yards. Over a decade ago, Chris Redman put up 592 passing yards against East Carolina in the midst of a stat-padding push for Heisman voter interest. Teddy Bridgewater was recently labeled the favorite for college football’s most prestigious individual award, and if ever there was a game for padding stats, this would be the one. The only real “legitimate” team...

Week One Observations

Here are a few thoughts from Week One: Never take any team for granted–especially the North Dakota State’s out there.  It is way too early to tell if Florida State, Ohio State and Texas A&M are going to be anywhere near Alabama in the standings at the end of the season.  The SEC is as good as advertised (even with a loss by Georgia to Clemson) and Alabama is still the...

Conference Recap By The Numbers: Week 1

Every week, I will be taking a look at the week that was in college football by the numbers to explain the action and what caught my eye. And here we..go. AAC   2: The number of FBS teams that beat AAC teams. UConn lost to Towson at home 33-18 and South Florida got routed by NcNeese State at home, 53-12. If you didn’t know, major conference teams will often pay FBS opponents to...
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