GIF: Teddy Bridgewater's prettiest throw in (likely) his last college game

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The Cardinals lead 22-2 at the half, thanks to plays like these.

Though he has yet to declare he is leaving, there is little doubt Teddy Bridgewater would be a high first-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. And it is readily apparent why teams are salivating over his talent.

In the second quarter of the Russell Athletic Bowl, Bridgewater uncorked yet another ridiculous throw when he rolled away from an oncoming Shayon Green, then lofted a perfect lob to Damian Copeland for a 21-yard gain.


Louisville would go on to score on that drive, with -- surprise -- a 12-yard Bridgewater touchdown pass to Michaelee Harris putting the Cardinals up 22-2 at the half. At the break, he's completed 19-of-26 for 231 yards and two touchdowns.

This is, of course, the second time Bridgewater has created a ridiculous highlight in the last four weeks. Cincinnati still sees this throw in their nightmares.

Check out more on Bridgewater and where SB Nation sees him heading in our latest mock draft.

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