UNC’s recovering defense faces QB force in Bridgewater

The Tar Heels on Saturday play at No. 19 Louisville, which has been known far more for its defense than its offense since Charlie Strong arrived as the head coach in 2010. Even so, the Cardinals’ once-stagnant offense has shown signs of life early in the season – mainly thanks to sophomore quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. (Raleigh News & Observer)

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