In what will most likely be Teddy Bridgewater’s last game as a member of the Louisville Cardinals the top rated Quarterback was 35-45 for 447 yds and 3 TDs, he also ran the ball 6 times for 24 yds including a rushing TD. Simply put, Teddy was brilliant on Saturday night.
Bridgewater spread the ball around completing passes to 10 different receivers while his top target, Junior Devante Parker recorded 9 receptions, 142 yds and a TD. Parker’s 12th TD reception of the season tied Ibn Green (1998) for most receiving TDs in a single season in the history of the University of Louisville.
Not only was Louisville’s offense clicking on all cylinders but the defense held the Hurricanes to 174 totals yards of offense. This was the lowest total offensive output for the Canes since 9/6/2008 during a 26-3 loss to the Florida Gators.
Standout Senior DE Marcus Smith capped off an impressive Cardinal career while recording 2 sacks, a pass breakup and forcing a fumble. Aside from the recorded statistics, Smith and James Burgess were in the Hurricanes backfield wreaking havoc for Stephen Davis and the Miami Running Backs all night long.
Here is the official box score courtesy of gocards.com