Teddy Bridgewater and four other juniors walk during graduation ceremonies
Eli Rogers and Marcus Smith each spoke with the media about facing the Hurricanes on Dec. 28.
Louisville moves to 9-1 overall, 5-1 in AAC play.
Teddy Bridgewater threw four touchdown passes and Louisville's defense allowed a school-record 30 yards.
Cardinals welcome back 53 lettermen from last year's 11-2 squad
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2013 JUNIOR SEASON
Appeared in 12 games with two starts... tied his season high with four receptions for 54 yards and one score in the 36-9 bowl win over Miami... caught a 12-yard score from Teddy Bridgewater in the second quarter to go ahead 22-2...totaled 15 receptions for 195 yards and two scores... had season-high four catches for 32 yards in win over Memphis... Had at least one catch in six straight games during stretch from FIU to Connecticut... scored only touchdown of the season on 11-yard scoring pass from Will Gardner in win over FIU... made first appearance in two years in season-opener against Ohio.
2012 SOPHMORE SEASON
Tore ACL during fall camp and missed the season.
2011REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON
Started 12 games before tearing ACL in practice prior to the Belk Bowl... Tied for third all-time in receptions and ranked fifth in receiving yards among freshmen wide receivers in school history... Finished second on team with 37 receptions and 455 yards... Tied for second on team with two receiving touchdowns... Averaged 12.3 yards per reception... Added four receptions for 38 yards versus Pittsburgh... Recorded a 44-yard reception on second play of win against Syracuse and finished with career-best 96 yards against the Orange... Scored second touchdown in win against Rutgers... Caught first touchdown pass versus FIU and finished with 79 yards... Registered a 37-yard reception in season-opener versus Murray State.
Sat out the entire season due to injury
Played for William Rolle at Northwestern High School... Ranked as the 121st-best player in the country and the 13th-best wide receiver... Rated No. 99 in the Sentinel's Florida Top 100... Chosen to play in the Dade vs. Broward County All-Star Game... Had seven touchdown catches for 10-2 Northwestern as a senior... Caught 30 passes for 533 yards and six touchdowns as junior... Led team to the 6-A state title.
Son of Ruthie Harris... born 7/26/92... graduated last December.