Teddy Bridgewater can throw the ball all over the field and celebrate with fans in the stands. There's still some things the Louisville quarterback can't do.
Waving the punt team off the field is one.
Bridgewater tried just that late in the first half against Eastern Kentucky on fourth-and-2, and coach Charlie Strong made it clear the junior doesn't have that authority no matter how highly ranked the Cardinals might be or how much a Heisman Trophy candidate his quarterback might be.
''We have enough coaches on staff,'' Strong said he told Bridgewater when ordering him to the sideline.
Bridgewater turned in another strong performance, throwing for 397 yards and four touchdowns in the seventh-ranked Cardinals' 44-7 win over Eastern Kentucky on Saturday. He completed passes to eight different Cardinals for a second straight game and threw TDs to three different players.
But Bridgewater sounded frustrated by a lack of production in the run game and graded himself as only average co...