Found October 30, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
After leading Louisville to a second half comeback against Cincinnati on Friday night, Teddy Bridgewater has found himself back on the ESPN Expert Poll Heisman Watch. Although it’s just one vote and Bridgewater likely won’t be a serious contender this year, being mentioned after nine weeks is a big deal. If Louisville finishes the season the way we hope they will, Bridgewater could be one of the front-runners coming into next season for the Heisman Trophy. Name Position School Year Total Collin Klein QB Kansas State Sr. 75 Manti Te’o LB Notre Dame Sr. 49 Kenjon Barner RB Oregon Sr. 29 AJ McCarron QB Alabama Jr. 29 Braxton Miller QB Ohio State So. 23 Marqise Lee WR USC So. 6 Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M Fr. 5 Geno Smith QB West Virginia Sr. 4 De’Anthony Thomas RB Oregon So. 2 Matt Barkley QB USC Sr. 1 Giovani Bernard RB North Carolina So. 1 Teddy Bridgewater ...
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