Found August 18, 2013 on
The Cardinal Connect:
Following yesterday’s first official scrimmage for the Louisville Cardinal football team, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater spoke to the media. Teddy seems very confident and pleased with the offense. He spoke highly of Mike Dyer’s quick progress in getting acclimated with the team. Bridgewater also said the offensive line is coming together and forming great chemistry. He had very high praise for DeVante Parker, calling him the team’s x-factor.
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