Teddy Bridgewater, U of L’s standout junior quarterback, completed 35 of 45 passes for 447 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Cards’ 36-9 win over the Miami Hurricanes. For the season, Bridgewater finished with 303 of 427 passes for 3,970 yards and 31 touchdowns to only 4 interceptions. Here is what Bridgewater has done in his three years at Louisville, courtesy of ESPN:
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For his career, Bridgewater has completed 781 of 1,142 passes for 9,817 yards and 72 touchdowns to only 24 interceptions. Teddy has a big decision to make regarding his future and if he elects to turn pro he will finish third behind Chris Redman (12,541) and Brian Brohm (10,775) in passing yards. If he elects to come back for another year, he has a chance to pass Redman and Brohm for first all-time. Bridgewater also passed Brian Brohm for most touchdown passes in a season with 31 in 2013. Brohm tossed 30 touchdowns in the 2007 season.
Regardless of what Teddy decides to do, Card Nation supports him. The man has done a lot of great things for the university and once he makes his decision you can’t blame him either way.