Found August 30, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
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, but it’s certainly a possibility. ESPN’s Chris Low explains why Bridgewater is a deserving candidate. Bridgewater for Heisman: Even though he won’t have a ton of marquee games (the Cardinals’ schedule is softer than the NCAA right now), Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has a real chance to win the Heisman Trophy. He’s going to put up monster numbers, and the Cardinals are going to be a top 10 team. He made believers out of Florida last season. A couple of their defenders said Bridgewater was easily the best quarterback they faced all season, and the Gators went up against Manziel in the first SEC ga...

2013 Preseason American Athletic All-Conference Team: Louisville & Cincinnati fills first team

Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater The 2013 Preseason American All-Conference Team by College Football Universe is released. As expected, Louisville and Cincinnati have the most first team players selected with seven and six respectively. Despite being projected to finish in the lower half of the conference, Memphis has three first team players; Rutgers also has three. Connecticut...

Photo: Teddy Bridgewater cozies up to teddy bear for magazine cover

Superstar Louisville Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater gets lovey-dovey with a teddy bear for a magazine cover photo.

Video: Teddy Bridgewater Surprises Young Fan On Birthday, Kid Loves It

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...

Cardinals QB Bridgewater looks to better in 2013

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...

Ohio Head Coach Frank Solich Focusing On Shutting Down Louisville’s Running Game

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...

Louisville football earns respect, defying establishment

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...
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