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Louisville, KY (SportsNetwork.com) - Teddy Bridgewater completed 21-of-31 passes for 310 yards and two touchdowns to lead eighth-ranked Louisville to a 24-10 win over Rutgers on Thursday. Bridgewater threw one interception and fumbled once, but was able to overcome the miscues to lead the Cardinals (6-0, 2-0 AAC) to victory. "It was a decent performance," Bridgewater said. "I left a couple of throws on the field. I battled adversity, but it was a decent performance. It was a great team effort, the guys laid it all on the line." Senorise Perry carried the ball 13 times for 104 yards and a touchdown and Kai De La Cruz and Eli Rogers each had a touchdown reception for Louisville, which has won eight straight games dating back to last season. The Cards were without top receiver DeVante Parker, who injured his shoulder in last weeks 30-7 win over Temple. Gary Nova completed 19-of-35 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown but threw four interceptions, including a pair of picks late in the fourth quarter for the Scarlet Knights (4-2, 1-1), who had won four straight games entering the contest. "There are certain things you have to do in games like this because your margin of error is so small," Rutgers coach Kyle Flood said. "We didnt do those things this evening. The Cardinals came away with points on three of their first four drives. After leading the Cardinals down to the Rutgers seven, Bridgewaters pass to De La Cruz fell incomplete, and Louisville settled for a 24-yard John Wallace field goal. Louisville punted on its next touch, but the Cardinals got the ball right back as James Burgess picked off Nova and returned it to the Rutgers 35. Two plays later, and less than a minute into the second quarter, Bridgewater connected with De La Cruz for a 34-yard touchdown. Perrys 1-yard TD plunge capped a 7-play, 80-yard drive to give Louisville a 17-0 lead with just over eight minutes remaining in the first half. Nova got the Knights on the board with his 1-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Kroft to make it 17-7 at the break. Kyle Federico drilled a 36-yard field goal early in the fourth to pull Rutgers within a touchdown. Bridgewater drove deep into Rutgers territory on the ensuing drive, but was sacked and fumbled on the 5-yard line, and the Scarlet Knights took over. Nova, though, threw an interception four plays later. Louisville looked to make it a 10-point game, but Wallace missed a 45-yarder with just under six minutes left to keep Rutgers hopes alive. Those hopes were quickly erased as Nova was picked off once again. Bridgewater then connected with Rogers for a 6-yard touchdown to seal the win. Game Notes Thursday marked the last conference meeting between the two schools. Rutgers will become a member of the ACC next season. 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"The defence is the MVP of this team, the way they turned it around, the way they kept us in games." The Bears (10-1, 7-1 Big 12) scored 21 consecutive points on either side of halftime with just 1 yard from their high-powered offence and bounced back from a blowout loss at Oklahoma State to maintain their hopes for a share of the conference title. Baylor could win the league outright and qualify for a BCS bid, likely the Fiesta Bowl, if it beats Texas and the Cowboys lose to Oklahoma next Saturday. The Horned Frogs (4-8, 2-7) were in position to tie at the Baylor 23 in the final seconds when Casey Pachall decided to go to the end zone and threw his third interception. Sam Holl dove in front of Brandon Carter just as the ball reached the TCU receiver inside the 5, causing it to pop into the air off Carters hands and into the arms of Terrell Burt as he crossed the goal line. Baylors Orion Stewart and Eddie Lackey had interception returns for scores off Pachall on either side of halftime. "It came down to my three interceptions that cost us the game," said Pachall, a senior playing his final game after missing most of last season to enter a substance abuse program following a DWI arrest and getting knocked out of five games this year with a broken arm. TCUs second season in the Big 12 ended with the schools fewest wins since going 1-10 in 1997. "The bottom line is, we should have beat them," TCU coach Gary Patterson said. "That was our bowl game." The Baylor offence had running backs Lache Seastrunk and Glasco Martin for the first time after both missed two games with injuries, and the Bears started fast.dddddddddddd Baylor ran 40 plays in the first quarter and had 201 yards before sputtering the rest of the way and finishing with a season-low 370 yards -- 292 yards off their nation-leading average of 662. The Frogs outgained the Bears by 40. Seastrunk had 92 yards against the Big 12s best rushing defence in the first half, but just 2 after halftime. "We couldnt ever maintain any continuity," said Baylor coach Art Briles, who was on the sideline three days after his older brother, Eddie, died from an apparent head injury after a fall. "Some of thats got to do with TCU." Pachall erased some of a 34-17 deficit built on his mistakes with a 4-yard touchdown run and a 16-yard scoring pass to Josh Doctson. The first scoring drive was kept alive when Baylor safety Ahmad Dixon was penalized for targeting and ejected after hitting Trevone Boykin with his helmet on a third-down incompletion. Patterson said a coach from the Baylor sideline came across the field to yell at him after Dixon was thrown out. He never specified which coach. "If thats what class is, then I dont want to be it," said an agitated Patterson, who had his first losing record since 2004 and just his second in 13 seasons at TCU. The two interceptions returned for scores came in a span of just four passes from Pachall, who was 20 of 45 for 267 yards and two scores. Stewart jumped an out route and went 82 yards after a slipping tackle from Carter, and Lackey stepped in front of a slant and ran untouched 54 yards to put Baylor up 34-17. Before the two interception returns, Petty had a 1-yard scoring run after TCUs B.J. Catalon ran into the back of one of his linemen at the 10 and fumbled. Beau Blackshear recovered at the 1. After Pachalls first scoring pass made it 34-31, Baylor went back up 10 when Petty completed a 26-yard pass to Clay Fuller on third down, then found Levi Norwood on a 33-yard score. Petty had 206 yards passing. TCU answered when Petty threw just his second interception of the season to Sam Carter, setting up TCU on the Baylor 25. Pachall fooled Stewart with a pump fake for an easy 22-yard score to David Porter on the first play of the fourth quarter to make it 41-38. 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