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07/24/14 - Louisville running back Michael Dyer is switching to Teddy Bridgewater's old uniform number. New coach Bobby Petrino joked Thursday that "he's certainly not going to throw the ball in" the No. 5 jersey. Petrino said Dyer is changing from No. 26 because "it's a number he likes" and he's worn it before. Bridgewater played in No. 5 the past three seasons and led Louisville to a 23-3 record and a pair of bowl wins in the last two. He was a first-round selection by the Minnesota Vikings in the NFL draft in May.
Dyer rushed for over 2,000 yards in two seasons at Auburn and helped the Tigers win the BCS championship. He spent 2012 at Arkansas Baptist College without playing before transferring to Louisville last season and rushing for 223 yards and two touchdowns before being limited by a sports hernia. Dyer came back to gain over 100 yards in the Cardinals' spring game, a performance the coach said bolstered his case for wearing the number of his star former teammate. "He came to me before spring ball and asked about changing the number," Petrino said. "I said, 'Mike, let's do this: see how you do in spring ball, how hard you work, see how you play in the spring game. Then let's talk about it after spring ball.'" - AP Sports
07/24/14 - Other Louisville prospects to watch in 2014: RB Michael Dyer...Quick, powerful runner and former Auburn Tiger who ranked 20th in the nation as a sophomore with 1,242 rushing yards and 10 TDs in 2011, but has been hampered by injuries since coming to Louisville, including a sports hernia that resulted in season-ending surgery last December. Prior to surgery, Dyer had 44 carries for 223 yards (5.1 avg) and two TDs, and if he can rebound from the injury, could once again be a nice change-up to Brown and potentially draw NFL interest with his undeniable natural talent. - Derek Stephens, NFLDraftScout.com
04/12/14 - Judging from his accuracy during much of Louisville's spring game, Will Gardner isn't worried about filling the huge void left by Teddy Bridgewater's departure. Gardner threw three of his four touchdown passes in the first half, and Michael Dyer ran for two scores to help the Red squad rout the White 56-13. Bobby Petrino's first spring in his second stint as Louisville's coach drew 27,500 for the Cardinals' first night scrimmage in three years.
His first-team offense proceeded to provide a promising look at life after Bridgewater, their star quarterback expected to be a first-round selection in next month's NFL draft. Gardner completed his first seven passes en route to finishing 32 of 37 for 542 yards - 356 by halftime. "We had good pass protection and guys getting wide open," Gardner said, "and when guys are wide open, you can't miss them." Dyer, the former Auburn star, rushed for 99 yards on 10 carries for the Red, and added 51 yards and a 27-yard TD on four carries for the White. James Quick caught five passes for 152 yards and a TD. - AP Sports
10/18/13 - Scouting the Louisville running game: Senorise Perry is the hot hand going into this one, collecting 104 yards and a TD last week. Michael Dyer was very quiet last week with just 15 yards on seven attempts. Central Florida is solid against the run, ranking 38th in FBS. - The Sports Xchange
10/10/13 - Scouting the Louisville running game: It gets lost in the shuffle because of how prolific the passing game is, but the Cardinals' three-headed running attack of Senorise Perry, Dominique Brown and Michael Dyer has combined for 753 yards and eight TDs in five games. But Rutgers' defense is stingy against the run, allowing just 2.3 yards per carry. - The Sports Xchange