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Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater to play vs. Rutgers with broken wrist

Teddy Bridgewater broke his left wrist in a triple-overtime loss to UConn. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Louisville coach Charlie Strong said quarterback Teddy Bridgewater will play Thursday against Rutgers after breaking his left wrist in Saturday's triple-OT loss to UConn.

Bridgewater was seen wearing a cast on his left wrist, his non-throwing arm, after leading the Cardinals from behind to force overtime against UConn with a touchdown pass with 21 seconds remaining.

Bridgewater completed 30 of 53 passes for 331 yards with two touchdowns, but also threw a costly interception that led to UConn's game-winning field goal in triple overtime.

Bridgewater is considered a top quarterback prospect in the next NFL Draft.

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