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University of Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has a broken left wrist but will play in Thursday night’s Big East Conference title deciding game at Rutgers. He’ll have a cast on his left wrist, so how will that change the offense? Cardinal Authority talks to offensive coordinator Shawn Watson and others.
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Despite fracturing his wrist on Saturday against UConn, Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is expected to play on Thursday as the Cards travel to Piscataway, N.J. to take on Rutgers for the Big East Championship.
Charlie Strong shared the unfortunate news with Drew Deener of WKRD radio following Saturday’s game. Bridgewater’s fractured wrist is on his non-throwing arm....
Banged-up Teddy Bridgewater came off the bench to throw two-second half touchdown passes, and John Wallace kicked a 29-yard field goal with 1:41 left to send Louisville to the BCS with a 20-17 victory against Rutgers on Thursday night.
In a game between one team headed to the Big Ten and another bound for the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big East handed out its second-to-last...
A banged-up Teddy Bridgewater led the University of Louisville to a BCS Bowl bid with a gutty 20-17 victory over Rutgers on Thursday night. John Wallace kicked a 29-yard field goal with 1:41 left for the win.
University of Louisville football coach Charlie Strong said quarterback Teddy Bridgewater would play on Thursday night against Rutgers. Bridgewater broke his left wrist late in the first half of Saturday’s game against Connecticut.
Thursday night the University of Louisville Cardinals will travel east to meet the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights. While the game is getting secondary status versus the NFL match-up, this game may prove to be the most exciting of the night. This game plays two Big East opponents looking to exit the Big East in style. If the Scarlet Knights win they will be the outright...
It really doesn’t get much better than that. The past 48 hours have been pretty awesome for Louisville fans. Despite an injured quarterback and false rumors of their coach interviewing for another job, this Louisville team battled for a 20-17 win over Rutgers, claiming the Big East title.
The odds were stacked against the Cards tonight, but a 14 point third quarter changed everything...
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Rutgers held its last full practice before Thursday's showdown with Louisville, with a BCS berth on the line. After the practice, coach Kyle Flood updated Rutgers' injuries, discussed Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's health and touched upon the recruiting significance of the game.
Rutgers had its first outright Big East title and a Bowl Championship Series bid in its hands and let it get away.
Instead of a celebration, there was only pain and disbelief at the birthplace of college football after Teddy Bridgewater threw two touchdown passes despite ankle and wrist injuries and Louisville rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to a 20-17 victory on John...
Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood met with the media this afternoon to talk about Thursday night’s match-up with Louisville. The winner will claim the Big East championship and earn a berth in a BCS bowl game.
Coach Flood expressed his excitement for the game and said even with a banged up Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville isn’t a team that should be taken lightly.
No. 23 Louisville at No. 25 Rutgers
Thursday, 7:30pm EST on ESPN
Line: Rutgers -3
Well, the BCS could become massively screwed up or we could see the Big East champion actually make it to the Orange Bowl, the choice comes down to what happens tonight between Louisville and Rutgers. If you are in favor of a non-messy BCS situation then it's to your benefit to be rooting...
The building of a football tradition requires surviving games in which such things as self-respect, prestige and honor are on the line.
Louisville’s 26-20 overtime win in 2002 against a highly-ranked Florida State team was such a game.
The 44-40 victory over 10th-ranked Boise State in the 2004 Liberty Bowl was another.
The Blackout Night game in 2006, the 44-40 win against...
A rough November for Louisville still can end positively for the slumping Cardinals.
A victory at first-place Rutgers (9-2, 5-1) on Thursday night would not only snap a two-game losing streak, but give Louisville (9-2, 4-2) the Big East championship and the conference's berth in the Orange Bowl. The Cardinals hold all the tiebreakers: so a win and they're in.
Over the past...
Louisville (9-2, 4-2 BE) vs. Rutgers (9-2, 5-1 BE)
High Point Solutions Stadium, Piscataway, NJ
Thursday, November 29th, 7:30 PM on ESPN
Yeah...yeah...we know the Big East doesn't have a championship game, but they have an uncanny ability to schedule games for the last week of the season that directly determine who represents the league in the BCS. This year is no...