Former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater Named to Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame

Former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater Named to Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Former Louisville football quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has been inducted into the Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame, the Louisville Sports Commission announced Wednesday.

Bridgewater headlines a four-man 2024 class for the KSHOF. He joins longtime UK journalist and radio analyst Oscar Combs, former UK All-American guard Tony Delk, and Kentucky Wesleyan SID and CoSIDA Hall of Famer Roy Pickerill.

A committee of 16 sports media professionals from throughout the Commonwealth voted on this year’s class, with assistance from the Bygone Era Selection Team. The class will be formally honored later this year in September at Freedom Hall.

Bridgewater is one of the best quarterbacks in the history of the Louisville football program. In 39 career games with the Cardinals from 2011 to 2013, he completed 68.4 percent of his passes for 9,817 yards and 72 touchdowns to just 24 interceptions.

His career completion percentage is No. 1 in program history, while his career passing yards and touchdowns are both good for third. He also has the most wins as a starting quarterback in Louisville history with 27, and the most top-25 wins as a starting QB with five.

A four-star prospect in the Class of 2011, Bridgewater was inserted as the starter just a few games into his freshman campaign. By the end of the year, he had completed 64.5 percent of

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