Found October 01, 2013 on The Cardinal Connect:
Philly The Temple Owls will have a tall task on Saturday afternoon as they host the No. 7 ranked Louisville Cardinals. WhileTemple is still looking for their first win of the season; their biggest weakness will likely be exploited on Saturday. Teddy Bridgewater and the Louisville passing offense ranks 13th in the country with 329 yards per game. Temple’s pass defense ranks 123rd out of 125 total FBS teams, giving up an average of 330 passing yards per game. First year Temple head coach Matt Rhule is aware of the challenge that he’ll face on Saturday with Heisman candidate quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. “The biggest thing that you can say about Teddy is he’s NFL ready and he’s an NFL-style quarterback. You can see him making checks at the line; you can see him changing protections. He’s operating in a pro-style system and he can make all the different throws,” Rhule said during his press conference on Monday. “So he’s somebody that, when you look at his skill set, he’s somebody that ...
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