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LOUISVILLE, Ky. Nike Zoom Clearance Canada . -- This was one dominant performance, and Teddy Bridgewater and No. 7 Louisville think they can perform even better. Its definitely a nice problem to have heading into conference action. Bridgewater threw four touchdown passes and Louisvilles defence allowed a school-record 30 yards during a 72-0 wipeout of Florida International on Saturday. It was the highest scoring game for the Cardinals (4-0) since a 73-10 victory over Murray State in 2007. They matched the schools fifth-largest margin of victory while recording their first shutout since a 26-0 win over Connecticut in 2010. Asked afterward if the Cardinals victory was the most complete effort he has seen, Bridgewater said: "As a team, yes. But we feel we have a little way to go and continue to get better each and every day. "Well take this win and build off that." The margin might have been even worse if not for a clock issue in the second half. Gerald Austin, the co-ordinator of officials for Conference USA, acknowledged in a statement that the clock was allowed to run at times when it should have been stopped. FIU coach Ron Turner "made a comment to one of the officials that, given the amount of injuries and the limited numbers of players he had available, he wanted to run the ball in the second half," Austin said in a release. "One official misinterpreted that comment. "After reviewing the tape there were five times that the clock should have been stopped and it did not. Four times were on first down and one play where the runner went out of bounds, based on a quick review of the video." Austin and Turner both said the coach never requested a running clock. "I did notice it was going quicker," Turner said. "First of all, I dont have the authority to request it. I wish I had the authority. Im not saying I wouldnt have, you know, but I did not request it." Bridgewater hit DeVante Parker for two TD passes and Gerald Christian and Eli Rogers for one apiece before Will Gardner came on and passed to Michaelee Harris for another score in the fourth quarter. Dominique Brown, Senorise Perry, Michael Dyer and Brandon Radcliff rushed for TDs. Charles Gaines returned the second-half kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown, and recovered a muffed punt to set up Bridgewaters second TD pass in the second quarter. Meanwhile, Louisvilles defence didnt allow a first down until early in the second quarter and just two overall, also a program record. FIU converted just 1 of 13 third-down chances. Louisville coach Charlie Strong believes that kind of effort will eventually result in perfection. "We try to reach that level and were going to get there," Strong said. "The way you practice, you feel like that (being perfect). ... I tell players all the time just try to give your best, thats all were looking for each and every down." Bridgewater had 212 yards on 17-of-22 passing, part of Louisvilles 464-yard effort against winless FIU (0-4). It was another efficient performance for the junior quarterback. A week after tossing just one touchdown pass against in-state rival Kentucky, Bridgewater threw for three scores by halftime and added another in the third quarter. That got the Cardinals rolling toward the offensive performance they wanted in their final game before travelling to Temple for their American Athletic Conference opener on Oct. 5. "It was just a great overall performance in all three phases of the game," Bridgewater said. "We just went out today and competed and played a complete game." It was a much different outcome than the previous two games in the series. The schools had split two prior meetings, with each earning seven-point road wins. Louisville won 28-21 in Miami last year. The Cardinals were 42-point favourites for this one, with overwhelming advantages in every statistical category. And it went as expected. Four of Louisvilles eight first-half possessions began at midfield or in Panthers territory. The Cardinals converted three of those chances into a 17-0 lead. Bridgewater hit Parker for a 3-yard touchdown pass that was initially ruled incomplete. The call was reversed after a video review showed the receiver got his right foot down in the end zone while making his second acrobatic TD catch in as many weeks. John Wallace added a 26-yard field goal and Perry had a 26-yard run off left tackle to keep the roll going. It was just more of the same as the game wore on. Browns 77-yard run set up his 1-yard TD dive in the second quarter and Bridgewater completed four passes for 68 yards on another scoring drive, connecting with Parker for 6 yards for his third TD. Another nightmarish game for FIU continued into the third quarter, with Gaines returned the second-half kickoff for another touchdown. Louisville has 23 players from South Florida, including Bridgewater, so the Panthers were more than familiar with the Cardinals personnel. But they lacked the talent to keep up with Louisville, which led 38-0 at the break. "Nothing will surprise me with this team," Turner said of Louisville. "Theyre a great football team all the way around. There are no weak areas. Theyre very well coached, they play hard and they have exceptional athletes." Cheap Nike Zoom Shoes Canada . -- Among the 31 players at the Montreal Canadiens rookie camp, none feels closer to cracking the NHL roster than right winger Aaron Palushaj. Nike Zoom Canada Sale . The 23-year-old Neustaedter will move at the end of the season when his contract with Moenchengladbach expires. He signed a four-year deal with Schalke. .ca NBA Power Rankings. Winners of 15 straight, with a healthy roster, the Spurs have overtaken the Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder for the number one ranking. SPA, Belgium -- Lewis Hamilton surprised even himself after beating both Red Bulls to secure his fourth consecutive pole position in a rain-soaked qualifying session at the Belgian Grand Prix on Saturday. The Mercedes driver is the first Briton since Damon Hill in 1995 to get four straight poles and has set himself up perfectly to keep the pressure on championship leader Sebastian Vettel, who starts Sundays race from second ahead of teammate Mark Webber. "I dropped to five, six seconds back, so I didnt know what was going on," Hamilton said. "But I kept pushing ... I feel so fortunate to get pole." He had expected worse. "When I started the lap, I looked at the screen and I was seventh or eighth and it was raining more and more," Hamilton said. "I feel quite comfortable in changing conditions and I feel I am able to find my limits." Many observers predicted Hamiltons off-season transition from McLaren to Mercedes would be difficult, and while he took until last months Hungarian GP to get his first win, Hamilton has been remarkably consistent in qualifying. Hamilton starts on the front row for the seventh consecutive race and eight from nine. "I feel I have been driving well for some time now," said the 2008 F1 champion, who is fourth overall and needs to make up 48 points on Vettel in nine races. Teammate Nico Rosberg starts from fourth on the grid. The German has three poles this season -- all consecutive -- giving Mercedes eight from 11 altogether. Vettel has the other three, but the last was when he won from the front at the Canadian GP in June. "I saw Lewis catching me up in the last lap, so I could have gone quicker," Vettel said. "Lets now see what happens tomorrow when we expect similar conditions." Hamilton left it to the last second to beat Vettels time as the lead changed hands in a flurry of activity. Rosberg, Webber and then Vettel beat each others marks, only for Hamilton to go fastest for the fifth time this season and the 31st time in his career. Nike Air Zoom Canada Online. He let out a long scream of delight on crossing the line. "I just hope we can do that in the race tomorrow," Hamilton said. "The (Mercedes) guys have done a fantastic job to bring the right package here." Mercedes has won three of the past five races and has the edge on Red Bull for speed if not durability. Paul di Resta qualified in fifth and the British driver looked set for an upset until the drivers came back out on new tires. Last years winner Jenson Button starts from sixth for McLaren, ahead of Lotus pair Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean. But it was a bad afternoon for Fernando Alonso, who was ninth for Ferrari -- which has struggled in qualifying all season. "The aim is to win. Anything can happen here," a defiant Alonso said. "If we manage to pass people in front, we have the pace." Alonso was fastest in the first qualifying run ahead of Hamilton, with Dutchman Giedo van der Garde a surprising third. Raikkonen topped Q2 ahead of Alonso. The rain returned for Q3 and up went the umbrellas around the 7.004-kilometre (4.352-mile) circuit -- the longest on the F1 calendar and most difficult along with Monaco. Di Resta gambled on some parts of the track keeping dry because the unique microclimate in Spa means it can be wet and dry in different places. He stayed out while all the others funneled back in single file to switch to intermediates. "I saw umbrellas coming up so I made the right choice," he said. "It was the right time, but our car is not that quick in the wet." The unpredictable and rapidly-changing conditions induced a sense of panic in the air around the thick Ardennes forest. "We need to get out there as soon as possible," Rosberg barked over race radio. It made for painful viewing back in the paddock. "I think I aged about 10 years," Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said. "The boys did a tremendous job to turn around both cars and get them out in time." ' ' '

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