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Bridgewater provides multiple challenges

Bridgewater provides multiple challenges

All the Florida coaches needed to do was turn on the film. The defensive players saw what Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater did while nursing multiple injuries against Rutgers to lead the team back and earn a berth in the Sugar Bowl. It earned immediate respect from players in the locker room. Now the Gators have to figure out a way to try slowing down the sophomore quarterback.

With an injured ankle and broken wrist on his non-throwing hand, Teddy Bridgewater entered the game with Louisville trailing 14-3 in the second quarter. He took the reigns of the offense and went 20-of-28 in the passing game for 263 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Cardinals to a comeback victory at Rutgers. From there, the fate was sealed. The Gators would have to figure out how to slow the...

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