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Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater views last year's breakout performance as just a glimpse of his potential.
That's trouble for opponents.
The junior completed 68.5% of his passes for 3,718 yards and 27 touchdowns last season. He led the Cardinals to an 11-2 mark and a stunning Sugar Bowl upset of Florida in January. Still, Bridgewater believes there's room for improvement with many of his receivers back and that BCS victory providing a baseline to build on.
The possibility of what's next might is why there are high expectations for Bridgewater and the ninth-ranked Cardinals entering Sunday's season opener against Ohio. Louisville has the chance to enter the BCS title picture, and its quarterback has been mentioned as a possible Heisman Trophy candidate.
Bridgewater hasn't thought about striking a Heisman pose on stage in New York and seems slightly embarrassed by the consideration for numerous national awards. On the other hand, the Miami native c...
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Despite rejecting a formal Heisman campaign, Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is going to in the conversation for the 2013 Heisman trophy whether he likes it or not. Being a candidate is one thing, but actually winning the award is another.
Most national college football analysts predict that Bridgewater winning the Heisman as an extreme long shot. Fair enough, I suppose...
We’ve seen some really nice stories involving college coaches and/or athletes interacting with young fans before — recently Les Miles had fun with a little Tigers fan on Fan Appreciation Day.
Today, we came across another great story, this time out of Louisville. Today, Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater made a visit to a kindergarten class at Locust Grove Elementary to...
Teddy Bridgewater had No. 9 Louisville up by two touchdowns before he threw an incomplete pass.
Bridgewater hit his first nine passes and matched a career best with five touchdown throws as the Cardinals defeated Ohio 49-7 on Sunday.
Coming off an 11-2 finish and a Sugar Bowl upset of Florida, Bridgewater and the Cardinals dominated. That pleased a sellout crowd of 55,332 seeing...
University of Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater directed the Cardinals’ video game-like offense to 615 yards and a 49-7 blowout of Ohio University of Sunday. Cardinal Authority talked to Bridgewater after his five-touchdown game about his performance and his wealth of weapons.
Teddy Bridgewater threw five touchdown passes and Michael Dyer had a 46-yard touchdown run as No. 9 Louisville defeated Ohio 49-7 on Sunday.
Coming off an 11-2 finish and a Sugar Bowl upset of Florida, Bridgewater and the Cardinals (1-0) dominated. That pleased a sellout crowd of 55,332 seeing them for the first time since that BCS win set off the school's remarkable run of...
Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was nearly flawless in ninth-ranked Louisville's first outing of the season, throwing for 355 yards and 5 touchdowns in the Cardinals 49-7 win over visiting Ohio.
The Louisville wide receiving group is still slightly under-appreciated on the nation level, in my opinion. However, after seeing Teddy Bridgewater spread the ball around to multiple guys in the Sugar Bowl, a lot of folks have taken notice.
If you don’t follow Louisville closely, you may not realize how strong of a backfield the Cards have this year. The addition of Michael Dyer...
I think we all predicted a win for Charlie Strong and the Louisville Cardinals as they open they opened the 2013 season, but I’d be lying if I said I expected to play out the way it did.
For the second consecutive season, Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater only played three quarters of action. Teddy was 23-of-28 for 355 yards and five touchdowns with one interception.
Here we go, 95 degree temperatures or not. University of Louisville football is back.
Pre-season optimism has never been greater, never has Louisville been mentioned so often as a possible national championship contender in this sport. This could well be the best UofL football team ever.
Never mind the talking heads maligning the schedule. It’s easier for them to ***** about...
Teams aren’t supposed to look that good in the opening game.
But it was a dominating performance by the University of Louisville football team, the Cardinals appearing to be in mid-season form in a 49-7 dismantling of Ohio University. A few quick starts among the few minor blemishes in an otherwise near perfect performance.
The crowd of 55,332 was equally impressive, the...