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On Saturday afternoon, Teddy Bridgewater lived up to the hype for the Louisville Cardinals - giving South Florida their first conference loss of the season in Tampa Bay with the score of 34-3 while passing for over 300 yards.
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A tedious, methodical dissecting of a team in disarray, putting University of Louisville football back in the win column.
A 34-3 decision over South Florida that goes down as another uninspiring performance, yawn, from a team that isn’t likely to be remembered for anything beyond Teddy Bridgewater’s phenomenal passing. He continued to pad his stats, completing 25 of 29 passes...
Following the team's first loss of the season, the Louisville Cardinals rebounded well with a dominating 34-3 win at South Florida on Saturday afternoon.
Defense - This week’s standout performer may not be found on paper at games end. Having clearly the strongest season to his career, senior Defensive Tackle Brandon Dunn is often apparent to be a man among boys. Not only is Brandon on pace to crush his career high tackle count of 28, but the things he does on the front line to attract blockers and allow the guys on the outside to...
Teddy Bridgewater completed 25 of 29 passes for 344 yards yards, three touchdowns and no picks. 12 different receivers caught passes. Dominique Brown rushed for 125 yards and had 61 more yards through the air. South Florida was held to 1 for 9 on third downs, gained 133 yards of offense and mustered just over 18 minutes of possession.
The Cards didn’t just dominate the numbers...
The Louisville Cardinals visit South Florida for a noon kickoff at Raymond James Action. U of L looks to rebound following the team's first loss of the season.
On Saturday, the 20th ranked Louisville Cardinals dominated the South Florida Bulls - giving them their first AAC lost of the season with the score of, 34-3. Despite the loss, see which Bull received the game ball from USFNation.com
Teddy Bridgewater threw for 344 yards and three touchdowns and
No. 18 Louisville rebounded from its first loss of the season with
a 34-3 rout of South Florida on Saturday.
TAMPA, Fla. – University of Louisville running back Dominique Brown made the most of his first start this season, rushing for a career high 125 yards as the Cardinals took out South Florida 34-3 in Raymond James Stadium. Cardinal Authority has the latest on Brown’s big effort.
South Florida defensive tackle Todd Chandler is a close friend of Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater and feels his former high school teammate is a lot more than one of the best college quarterbacks in the nation.
Chandler has known the Cardinals star since before their days at Miami Northwestern High. He says in addition to being a smart player who's ''great under pressure...
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Although the Louisville football program is coming off of a disappointing loss, senior wide receiver Damian Copeland has had plenty to look forward to this week. He is headed home.
Copeland was born and raised in Bradenton, FL., which is less than an hour from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa where the University of South Florida plays their home games. Multiple...
Who is the top QB for the next NFL draft? Last season, it was a scramble to find good talent coming out of college into the pros. I think everyone expected to have an Luck, RGIII and Wilson again in that draft and the well was dry. Good news for NFL scouts and GM’s looking to find a franchise QB in this upcoming draft.
You have several QB to choose from: Teddy Bridgewater...
The third in a series of stories published by Cardinal Authority on individual members of the University of Louisville basketball team. The third installment looks at fifth-year senior Stephan Van Treese.
TAMPA, Fla. – It was quite a homecoming for Damian Copeland on Saturday. Playing less than a half hour away from his hometown, Copeland had a big game for the University of Louisville in a 34-3 win over South Florida.
Points were the name of the game in Week 9 in the American and lots of them were scored. The four winners in the AAC (Houston, Louisville, SMU and UCF) this week put up an average of 51 points in their games. Three of the games were blowouts while Temple put up a surprising fight in a barnburner against SMU. What did we learn this week? Houston continues to show they mean business...