Teddy Bridgewater

-Passed Dave Ragone for Total Career Offense and is now #3 in school history.  Without a 4th season this is where Bridgewater will finish on this list.

-Passed Brian Brohm 2006, Dave Ragone 2001 & 2002 for Total Offense in a Season with 3305 yards.  That is the 6th Best Cardinal Season in history with 2 games remaining.  Teddy has an outside shot at #1 All-Time Redman 1998 with 4009 total yards.

-Teddy Passed Stefan LeFors 2003, Jay Gruden 1988, Dave Ragone 2001 & 2002 and has now completed the 6th most passes in a single season at Louisville.  Bridgewater can make a run at the top of this list but the Cardinal Offense will need to get very pass happy in the last two games.

-Bridgewater Passed Dave Ragnone’s 2002 season for TD Passes in a single season and has now thrown for the 5th most in school history in 2013.  Teddy needs 5 more TDs to tie Brian Brohm’s #1 effort in 2007.

-Teddy passed Brian Brohm 2006, Dave Ragone 2001, Chris Redman 1997, and Stefan LeFors 2003 for most Passing Yards in a Season and is having the 5th best yardage season in school history through the air with 3268 yards with 2 games remaining.

Total Offense
Career
1 Chris Redman 12129
2 Brian Brohm 10819
3 Teddy Bridgewater 9244
4 Dave Ragone 9161
5 Stefan LeFors 6609
6 Jay Gruden 6564
7 Jeff Brohm 5410
8 Ed Rubbert 4979
9 Marty Lowe 4683
10 Browning Nagle 4495
11 Benny Russell 4363
Season Completions
1 Redman (’99) 319
2 Redman (’98) 309
3 Brohm (’07) 308
4 Bridgewater (’12) 287
5 Redman (’97) 261
6 Bridgewater (’13) 245
7 Ragone (’02) 237
8 Ragone (’01) 231
9 Gruden (’88) 224
10 LeFors (’03) 219
11 Ragone (’00) 216
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 Bridgewater (’13) 25
6 Ragone (’02) 24
8 Ragone (’01) 23
9 Jeff Brohm (’93) 20
9 Lefors (’04) 20
11 Brian Brohm (’05) 19
Total Offense
Season
1 Redman 1998 4009
2 Brohm 2007 3978
3 Bridgewater 2012 3744
4 LeFors 2003 3550
5 Redman 1999 3537
6 Bridgewater (’13) 3305
7 Ragone 2002 3128
8 Ragone 2001 3122
9 Brohm 2006 3094
10 Redman 1997 2958
11 LeFors 2004 2929
Season
Passing Yardage
1 Redman (’98) 4042
2 Brian Brohm (’07) 4024
3 Bridgewater (’12) 3718
4 Redman (’99) 3647
5 Bridgewater (’13) 3268
6 LeFors (’03) 3145
7 Redman (’97) 3079
8 Ragone (’01) 3056
9 Brohm (’06) 3049
10 Brohm (’05) 2883
11 Ragone (’02) 2880

DeVante Parker 

DeVante Parker is now tied for the 5th Best Receiving TD season in school history with 9.  DeVante can tie the #1 spot with 3 TD in his final 2 games.

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
5 Devante Parker (2013) 9
11 JR Russell (’03) 8
11 Ibn Green (’99) 8

Marcus Smith

Marcus is now 7th in Cardinal History for sacks in a single season with 12.5 sacks this season

Smith is now having the 7th most productive Tackle for Loss season in Louisville history tied with DeWayne White with 16.5.

Marcus is now tied for 8th in Career TFLs with Ted Washington at 31 take downs behind the line of scrimmage.

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 Marcus Smith (’13) 12.5
8 Dewayne White (’00) 12
8 Carl Powell (’96) 11
10 Michael Josiah (’01) 11
11 Dewayne White (’02) 10.5
Season
TFL
1 Dewayne White (’01) 23
1 Elvis Dumervil (’05) 23
3 Mike Flores (’89) 19
3 Michael Josiah (’00) 19
5 Dewayne White (’00) 17
5 Marcus Jones (’04) 17
7 Dewayne White (’02) 16.5
7 Marcus Smith (’13) 16.5
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
8 Marcus Smith 31
10 Terry Rice-Lockett 30
11 Anthony Bridges 28

 John Wallace

-John has tied has mark for Field Goals Made in a Season at 2nd All-Time, he needs 5 to break Art Carmody’s 2006 record of 21.

-Wallace has made the 7th most Extra Points in a Single Season at UofL

Field Goals Season
1 Art Carmody 2006 21
2 John Wallace 2012 16
2 John Wallace 2013 16
4 Ron Bell 1989 15
5 Nate Smith 2003 14
5 Art Carmody 2005 14
5 Chris Philpott 2010 14
8 Dave Betz 1980 13
8 Nate Smith 2001 13
8 Art Carmody 2007 13
XPs Season
1 Art Carmody 2004 77
2 Art Carmody 2005 63
3 Art Carmody 2006 60
4 Art Carmody 2007 53
5 Jon Hilbert 1998 50
5 Nate Smith 2003 50
7 John Wallace 2013 45
8 Chris Philpott 2010 41
8 Jon Hilbert 1999 40
10 Nate Smith 2002 40
Nate Smith 2010 39

Team

Louisville is currently having the 9th best offensive season in school history with 5005 yards and two games remaining.  If they hit their average, they will finish 5th best in school history.

(since 1962) Total Yards
1 2004 6468
2 2003 6355
3 2006 6179
4 1998 6156
5 2007 5856
6 2005 5785
7 2012 5444
8 1999 5136
9 2013 5005
10 2010 4797
11 2001 4584
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