Teddy Bridgewater

Against UCONN Teddy Bridgewater moved passed Dave Ragone in Career Passing Yardage and is now #3 All-Time.  Bridgewater also has 24 Passing TDs this season which tied Dave Ragone’s 2002 season for 6th All-Time.  With a minimum of 4 games remaining in Bridgewater’s career there will be A LOT of changes coming, particularly in the ‘Season’ category that we will be paying attention to.

Season
TD Passes
1 Brian Brohm (’07) 30
2 Redman (’98) 29
2 Redman (’99) 29
4 Ragone (’00) 27
4 Bridgewater (’12) 27
6 Ragone (’02) 24
6 Bridgewater (’13) 24
8 Ragone (’01) 23
9 Jeff Brohm (’93) 20
9 Lefors (’04) 20
11 Brian Brohm (’05) 19
Career
Passing Yardage
1 Chris Redman 12541
2 Brian Brohm 10775
3 Teddy Bridgewater 8692
4 Dave Ragone 8564
5 Jay Gruden 7024
6 Stefan LeFors 5853
7 Ed Rubbert 5496
8 Jeff Brohm 5451
9 Marty Lowe 4861
10 Browning Nagle 4653

DeVante Parker

‘Spiderman’ had the 2nd best TD Reception Season in Cardinal History last year.  This year, despite missing some time with a shoulder injury DeVante Parker is still on track to best his previous mark of 10 TDs, with 8.  8 Touchdowns this season is good enough to tie for 10th best in school history with Ibn Green (’99) & JR Russell (’03).  Of course, Parker is on the cusp of breaking into several other categories and we’ll be tracking that during the final 4 games of the season.

Season  
Rec TDs  
1 Ibn Green (’98) 12
2 Anthony Cummings (’90) 10
2 Arnold Jackson (’98) 10
2 DeVante Parker (’12) 10
5 Kevin Cook (’93) 9
5 Lavell Boyd (’99) 9
5 Arnold Jackson (’99) 9
5 Deion Branch (’00) 9
5 Deion Branch (’01) 9
10 JR Russell (’03) 8
10 Ibn Green (’99) 8
10 Devante Parker (2013) 8

Marcus Smith

Marcus Smith broke into the Career Sacks List earlier this year, and with 3 sacks he moved closer to taking another spot.  But he DID enter the Top 10 in Sacks in a single-season at UofL with 11 tying Carl Powell ’96, and Michael Josiah ’01.   With a couple more QB take downs Smith could move his season into the Top 5.  Currently Marcus leads the country in sacks.

But Smith also entered another prestigious list when he entered the Top 10 in Career TFLs passing Anthony Bridges and is just a few TFLs away from getting into the Top 6.

Season
Sacks
1 Elvis Dumervil (’05) 20.5
2 Joe Johnson (’93) 17
3 Dewayne White (’01) 15
4 Mike Flores (’90) 14
5 Mike Flores (’88) 13
6 Michael Josiah (’00) 13
7 Dewayne White (’00) 12
8 Carl Powell (’96) 11
8 Michael Josiah (’01) 11
10 Marcus Smith (’13) 11
11 Dewayne White (’02) 10.5
Career
TFL
1 Dewayne White 56.5
2 Michael Josiah 43
3 Elvis Dumervil 42.5
4 Tyrus McCloud 36
5 Jeff Henry 35
6 Otis Wilson 32
7 Donovan Arp 32
8 Ted Washington 31
9 Terry Rice-Lockett 30
10 Marcus Smith 29.5
11 Anthony Bridges 28

 

 

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