There is a very good chance that the Russell Athletic Bowl on Saturday night may be the last time that we’re all treated to Louisville Cardinals QB Teddy Bridgewater competing in the collegiate ranks. While he hasn’t made an official announcement as of yet, it’s expected by many that he will be off to the NFL Draft in 2014.
If he is, he’s certainly putting on yet another impressive show for the scouts against the Miami Hurricanes, as his team currently leads at the half, 22-2.
Through two quarters, Bridgewater has 231 yards and two touchdowns.
But, it was this play late in the second quarter that led to their last touchdown that had everyone in awe–again.
On this play, to keep the drive alive, Bridgewater dropped back to throw and immediately came under some pressure. First, he scrambled to his left where he found even more pressure. So, he made his way to his right and then with just a flick of the wrist, found WR Damian Copeland with the beautiful touch-pass for the first down:
[h/t] SB Nation