Where Teddy Stands in UofL’s Record Books

Posted on Dec 6 2013 - 7:42am by Ethan Moore

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With Teddy playing in what was likely his last regular season game in a UofL uniform, here’s an update on Teddy’s assault on Louisville Football’s record book:

Career Passing Yards

1. 12,541 Chris Redman, 1996-99
2. 10,775 Brian Brohm, 2004-07
3. 9,370 Teddy Bridgewater

Career Passing Attempts

1. 1,679 Chris Redman, 1996-99
2. 1,185 Brian Brohm, 2004-07
3. 1,180 Dave Ragone, 1999-02
4. 1,097 Teddy Bridgewater

Career Passing Completions

1. 1,031 Chris Redman, 1996-99
2. 780 Brian Brohm, 2004-07
3. 746 Teddy Bridgewater

Career Passing Completion Percentage

1. 68.0 Teddy Bridgewater

2. 66.0 Stefan LeFors, 2001-04
3. 65.8 Brian Brohm, 2004-07
4. 61.4 Chris Redman, 1996-99

Career Passing TDs

1. 84 Chris Redman, 1996-99
2. 74 Dave Ragone, 1999-02
3. 71 Brian Brohm, 2004-07

4. 69 Teddy Bridgewater

With one game left, hopefully he will have the game of his life in the bowl game as number 5 – a UofL football fixture – will be moving on to the NFL.  As fans we will be forever grateful for all he has done for the football program.  From coming off the bench to beat UK in Lexington to his gutty performance is Piscataway to the epic Sugar Bowl victory.  What about his 4th down conversion and his Heisman-esqe escape and touchdown pass to Damian Copeland against Cincinnati last night?  Teddy Ballgame will go down as the greatest QB in Louisville’s history.

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