VIDEO: Teddy Bridgewater For Heisman 2013

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Teddy Bridgewater (@teddyb_h2o) didn’t want a Heisman campaign.  He wanted the focus on the team.  An admirable request, and it got college football talking about the talented signal caller and the Louisville Cardinals.

But I decided if Teddy didn’t want the school to tout him for Heisman, it doesn’t mean I can’t.  So I made this video.  I’m no CrumsRevenge, BUT, with his encouragement, tips, and library I was able to craft together what I think is a great representation of who Teddy Bridgewater really is as a football player and as a person.

I’ve been watching Cardinal Football for a long time and we haven’t seen a player quite like Teddy Bridgewater in quite some time.  He’s special. He deserves to be in the Heisman race and by the end of 2013 he might even deserve the trophy.  ACT 1: Teddy’s Freshman Year.  ACT 2: Get to know Teddy.  ACT 3: Sophomore Season Highlights.

Note:  The Video may not play on your mobile device due to restrictions from YouTube.

I recommend playing it loud, on full screen, and after letting it load completely.  Feel free to share with the world…….and don’t forget to enjoy your Quarterback in 2013.  It’s Football season.

Lastly, CrumsRevenge and I are spinning off CardsandCats.com to TheCrunchZone.com (still under construction) which will be an ALL Louisville format in late July.  We would love it if you would follow us over to our new Cardinal home as we continue to enjoy our passion of Louisville athletics.

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About Mark Blankenbaker

Follow me: @UofLSheriff50 Born in Louisville, Male High School Graduate, UofL Business School Graduate, I've seen and done quite a bit and I'm passionate about sports particularly the University of Louisville and its rivalry with Kentucky. I have more friends that are UK fans than I do UofL fans, some say that's because I like to argue, or to be different. When it comes down to it I love my Cards, but I'll give praise and criticism to anyone who is deserving. I'm not typically someone who is going to write a 3-sentence post that everyone one else saw on Twitter just to get fresh content on the site. I try and do informative and thorough articles and sometimes that takes a little longer, Follow us on Twitter @CardsandCatscom and Like Us on Facebook to keep up with the latest from us. We also have a YouTube Channel full of coach & player interviews and highlight films.