Teddy Bridgewater: Durability, agility, stats

Teddy Bridgewater's NCAA records, durability and agility issues, stats and high school history.

RECORDS
School Career-Record Charts…Teddy Bridgewater became only the third player in school history to throw for over 9,000 yards in a career, ranking third on the all-time list behind Chris Redman (12,541; 1996-99) and Brian Brohm (10,775; 2004-07)…Became the fifth Louisville player to attempt at least 1,000 passes, as his 1,142 throws rank fourth on the career chart…His 781 completions topped Brian Brohm (780; 2004-07) for second in school annals behind the 1,031 pass completions by Chris Redman (1996-99)…Joined Redman (84) as the only Cardinals to throw for at least 75 touchdowns at the school…Set the school record for pass completion percentage (.6839), topping the previous mark of 66.0% by Stefan LeFors (2001-04)… Averaged 12.57 yards per pass completion, the sixth-best figure by a Louisville player… Finished third on the UL all-time list with a passing efficiency rating of 157.20, surpassed by only Stefan LeFors (159.84) and Brian Brohm (157.85)…Holds the school record by throwing at least one touchdown in 22 consecutive games (snapped vs. Houston on November 16th, 2013). The previous mark was seventeen straight games with a scoring strike that was set by Dave Ragone (final nine games of the 2011 schedule and first eight in 2002)…His 27 victories as the team's starting quarterback broke the old record of 26 wins by John Madeya (1970-72)…Bridgewater won 75.0% of his starting assignments (27-9 record), topping the previous record of 71.0% by Dave Ragone (27-10 mark).

INJURY REPORT
2009 Season…Missed several games as a senior at Northwestern High School due to a knee sprain (medial collateral ligament).
2012 Season…Suffered a left wrist fracture and a right ankle sprain in the Cardinals' match-up vs. Connecticut that prevented him from starting the regular season finale vs. Rutgers. He did come off the bench to rally Louisville to a 20-17 win over the Knights, playing with a soft cast on his wrist.

AGILITY TESTS
4.67 in the 40-yard dash…1.61 10-yard dash…2.64 20-yard dash…4.15 20-yard shuttle…
6.81 three-cone drill…38-inch vertical jump…9'-11" broad jump…235-pound bench press…485-pound squat…8 3/4-inch arm length…32-inch hands…75 5/8-inch wingspan.

HIGH SCHOOL
Bridgewater attended Northwestern (Miami, Fla.) High School, playing football for head coach Billy Rolle…Rated a four-star prospect and the sixth-best quarterback in the prep ranks by Scout.com after his senior season…Rated the second-best dual-threat quarterback, but he missed several games as a senior with a knee sprain, dropping him slightly on the post-season charts…Earned All-District first-team and All-State Class 6-A accolades, along with an invitation to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl after his senior campaign…During the bowl game's practices, scouts and recruiters named him the "best arm" at the event…Also earned a spot on ESPN's "Elite 11" and ESPNU150 teams…Bridgewater took over quarterback duties as a sophomore and completed 97-of-160 attempts (60.6 percent) for 1,560 yards, sixteen touch-downs and three interceptions. He had replaced Jacory Harris (Miami Hurricanes) in the lineup, and he also carried 45 times for 211 yards and two more scores…That performance helped lead Northwestern to a berth in the Class 6A state title contest…As a junior, Bridgewater passed for 2,546 yards and 32 touchdowns and rushed for 379 yards with five more scores, receiving second-team All-State Class 6A honors…Was also named first-team All-County by the Miami Herald…Finished the 2009 season by throwing for 436 yards and four touchdowns in the 42-27 loss to Miami Central in the 6-A semifinals…As a senior, despite his knee woes, he still managed to set the Dade County record for most touchdown passes in a game with seven. He was named second-team All-State for 6-A, generating 2,606 aerial yards with 22 touchdowns, along with rushing for 223 yards and eight more scores…Graduated with a 3.5 grade point average…Joined Eli Rogers, Michaelee Harris and Jermaine ReveClick as Northwestern High School products to sign with the University of Louisiana.

PERSONAL
Bridgewater graduated in December, 2013, with a degree in Sports Administration, after just three years at the university…Born 10/10/92…Resides in Miami, Florida.

PASSING STATISTICS

STATS

ATT

COMP

PCT

YARDS

TD

YD/ATT

INT

I/PCT

2011

   296

   191

64.53

   2129

14

   07.19

 12

 4.05

2012

   419

   287

68.50

   3718

27

   08.87

 08

 1.91

2013

   427

   303

70.96

   3970

31

   09.30

 04

 0.94

TOTAL

1142

   781

68.39

   9817

72

   08.60

 24

 2.10

 

RUSHING STATISTICS

STATS

GP

GS

NO

YARDS

AVG

TD

LONG

2011

13

10

089

     066

 0.74

 04

   26

2012

13

13

074

     026

 0.35

 01

   17

2013

13

13

063

     078

 1.24

 01

   20

TOTAL

39

36

226

     170

 0.75

 06

   26

 

TOTAL OFFENSE

STATS

GM

PLAYS

PASS

RUSH

YARDS

TDR

P/AVG

GM/AVG

2011

13

     385

  2129

    066

    2195

  18

 05.70

   168.85

2012

13

     493

  3718

    026

    3744

  28

 07.59

   288.00

2013

13

     490

  3970

    078

    4048

  32

 08.26

   311.38

TOTAL

39

   1368

  9817

    170

    9987

  78

 07.30

   256.08

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS…Recorded one solo tackle (vs. Syracuse) in 2012.2.

 


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