Found November 26, 2012 on The Cardinal Connect:
Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood met with the media this afternoon to talk about Thursday night’s match-up with Louisville. The winner will claim the Big East championship and earn a berth in a BCS bowl game. Coach Flood expressed his excitement for the game and said even with a banged up Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville isn’t a team that should be taken lightly.
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