The 2014 NFL Draft is inching closer and former college football athletes are preparing for what could be the biggest day of their careers. Since this day is so monumental in the life of an athlete, it seems necessary
Former University of Louisville and Miami Northwestern quarterback Teddy Bridgewater opted not to throw or run in last month’s NFL Scouting Combine, instead choosing to put all his eggs in one basket — at his Louisville pro day today.
After an impressive combine showing, Jadeveon Clowney solidified himself atop the draft board.
The day that NFL teams and college football players wait for each Spring is still a few months away. But that is not stopping us from predicting who will go where and when they will go. Some scouts predict
Johnny Manziel leads the way for a not-so-great quarterback class, but it is one where you know a lot of the names.
Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater will skip his senior season and enter the NFL Draft. Bridgewater won 27 games in his three years as the starting QB, including 12 wins this past season, which tied a school record. He had
On this edition of The Insiders Show, Jeff Sharon joined Eric Lopez as they broke down Teddy Bridgewater vs. Blake Bortles. Who is the better QB prospect for the NFL? Eric and Jeff also previewed UCF’s game against Baylor at
Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, playing in what might have been his last college game, threw three touchdown passes and ran for another score to help No. 18 Louisville rout Miami 36-9 on Saturday night. Russell Athletic Bowl, played in Orlando was a
According to John Middlekauff of 957 The Game in Philadelphia, Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater