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Teddy Bridgewater and the Louisville Cardinals have been flirting with losing for a couple weeks and this time the near misses finally hit home.
After getting out to a 28-7 lead in the third quarter UCF fired back with 24 unanswered points to take a 31-28 lead in the fourth quarter with 8:31 left to play. Bridgewater did what he was expected to do and took the Cards right down the field for what the team hoped would be the go-ahead touchdown, but they left too much time on the clock.
UCF QB Blake Bortles got the ball back with right around three minutes, but he only needed around two and a half of it. With 27 seconds left he threw a two-yard pass to Jeff Godfrey for the go-ahead score.
The Knights have a good team; just not a high profile. With this win it would not be surprising to see them break into the top 25 this week.
As for Louisville they can kiss any chance at a national championship good bye. They have struggled against some so-so teams and now have a loss on their record. To make up for the loss they would need a win or two over some top notch teams, but they don't have any on their schedule.
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Comments: Bridgewater shows all the skills necessary to excel at the next level. His touch on passes is special and he can make every throw on the field. Additionally...
Stop calling them Central Florida, this is UCF. The Knights put together in what should be the most memorable come from behind victory in college football this season. The underdog team, coached by George O’Leary, fought their way back from…Read more →
For the third consecutive week, Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s Heisman odds have dropped. After the first two weeks of the season, Bridgewater was listed with the highest odds of winning the award. However, midway through the season four other candidates have better odds.
With six more games left, Bridgewater can still get make a late push, but I think he’ll need...
On Friday, Louisville Cardinals quarterback and Heisman hopeful Teddy Bridgewater will be placed into the national spotlight yet again, when his undefeated squad takes on Central Florida.
Because Bridgewater is expected to go high in the next NFL Draft, perhaps even No. 1 overall, many scouts will be on hand to watch the junior signal caller. This includes one scout, who spoke...
The real Teddy Bridgewater is currently facing off against UCF in some Friday night football action. Louisville selling these #5 teddybears.
I wonder how much of that money goes to Teddy himself?
Awwwww so cute. And obviously has no link what-so-ever to Teddy Bridgewater, #5 and star quarterback for the Louisville Cardinals. Nope. Everything is on the up-and-up here.
Well at least Louisville wasn’t caught selling merchandise to exploit famously-injured players.
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Does Louisville have to win tonight by a large margin in order to impress the voters and move their ranking in the polls? It is very possible that they end this season undefeated and yet not be considered for the National Championship. Last week Teddy Bridgewater and his Louisville teammates failed to impress on National Television and with many of the NFL Scouts eyeing Teddy’s...
Louisville is leading 14-7 going into halftime against the University of Central Florida. Teddy Bridgewater has been nothing but efficient completing 16 of 19 attempts for 206 yards and 2 TDs. Stay tuned for the second half and make your own opinion of where this program is.
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No. 8 Louisville led by three touchdowns midway through the third quarter. The Cardinals looked poised to move another step closer to a conference title and a possible undefeated season.
It all fell apart in a hurry for Teddy Bridgewater and Co.
Louisville's defense struggled in the second half and Central Florida scored 24 straight points during an impressive rally Friday...
Friday night the UFC Knights shocked the nation as the got an upset win on the road against No.8 Louisville Cardinals. I had this game on my upset alert and for once, I was right. It was a great game to watch, hard hitting, great offense, great defense, it was probably the best in conference game the American Conference will have this year. Teddy Bridgewater had good game as expected...
Eighth-ranked Louisville couldn't believe how it let Central Florida slip from its grasp.
Credit UCF quarterback Blake Bortles and the Knights for not giving up after falling behind, resolve that toppled Teddy Bridgewater and the Cardinals.
Bortles threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Godfrey with 23 seconds remaining and the Knights stunned the Cardinals with a 38...
Blake Bortles and Central Florida had one last rally left, and it was enough to topple Teddy Bridgewater and No. 8 Louisville.
Bortles threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Godfrey with 23 seconds left and the Knights stunned the Cardinals with a 38-35 victory on Friday night, ending Louisville's perfect start.
Down 28-7 midway through the third quarter, the Knights (5-1, 2...
Two games with Duck implications have already taken place this week. On Thursday night #10 Miami escaped with a 27-25 win versus North Carolina. The Canes needed two fourth quarter touchdowns to pull out the win, a pair of three-yard runs by Dallas Crawford, the last one coming in the last 16 seconds of the game.
Friday night ershwhile Heisman candidate Teddy Bridgewater and #8...
What an exciting game Friday night. 8th ranked Louisville (6-1, 2-1) was shocked 38-35 by Central Florida (5-1, 2-0). Unbelievable that Louisville’s loss could keep them out of the National Championship discussion. Even more devastating is that their loss could keep them from becoming the First American Athletic Conference Champion. The loss could mean that the Conference Champ...
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