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Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is making the most of his bevy of receivers and each week reveals how deep No. 7 Louisville is at the position.

The Heisman Trophy candidate already had veterans DeVante Parker, Damian Copeland, Eli Rogers and tight end Ryan Hubbell to throw, but Bridgewater has blended junior Kai De La Cruz and transfers Robert Clark and Gerald Christian into the mix. 

The quarterback has thrown for 752 yards, nine touchdowns and a 76.7% completion rate in leading the Cardinals' 2-0 start. Louisville's newest contributors have combined for four TDs and 280 yards. 

The additional options could present problems for Kentucky (1-1) in Saturday's rivalry game.

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