(PHILADELPHIA) — Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was once again the difference for the Louisville Cardinals as they defeated Temple 30-7 on Saturday.
Bridgewater threw for 348 yards along with two touchdowns on the day, and continues to play like one of the best players in college football.
Bridgewater is considered as one of the best pro prospects heading into the 2014 draft. He played the game at Lincoln Financial Field, the home of the Philadelphia Eagles, who were among a handful of teams scouting the talented signal thrower on Saturday.
While the Cardinals improved to 5-0 in the American Athletic Conference, Temple fell to 0-5 in the AAC. Temple has yet to beat a team ranked in the top-10 in school history.
Had Temple not scored with 38 seconds left, Louisville would have had their second-straight shutout.
The lone bright spot of the game for the Owls was quarterback P.J. Walker. He replaced struggling starter Connor Reilly and proceeded to throw for 182 yards with a touchdown while also rushing for 33 yards.
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire
Jill Martin, CNN