Louisville got its old Teddy Bridgewater back today against South Florida. In the first half, he was 11 for 11 for 125 yards and the Cardinals took a 14-3 lead against the Bulls into the locker room. Louisville is looking to improve to 7-0 for the first time since 2006. It hasn't been the typical Louisville game as the Cardinals' offensive line hasn't been able to run the ball nearly as effectively as it had in previous weeks. But, Bridgewater has been able to keep the chains moving with his legs rushing for 48 yards.
Pittsburgh, looking to end a two-game losing streak after suffering losses to Syracuse and Louisville, leads Buffalo at the half on a touchdown run from Rushel Shell and not a whole lot else. The Panthers lead 13-6. Tino Sunseri, who was more effective than he's been given credit for, has hardy thrown the ball at all in this game. Just six pass attempts, and only two completions.
Later tonight, Cincinnati will kickoff at Toledo in its first game without defensive leader Walter Stewart who is out with an injury.