Bridgewater has a chance with two sports 

May, 10, 2012
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BATON ROUGE -- Brian Bridgewater is dealing with the best kind of problem these days.

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Courtesy Kelly Kline/NikeBrian Bridgewater will have a tough decision to make between basketball and football.
The 6-foot-6, 230-pound junior is just getting underway with his spring football season at Episcopal High School. Although he's only been playing tight end for about a year, Bridgewater is quite a natural. His brief stint on the gridiron has picked up the attention of LSU, which offered the hometown prospect a scholarship earlier this year. Bridgewater has also received an offer from Ole Miss, and he has been in contact with football royalty like Alabama and Oregon in recent weeks.

"Really I wasn't even looking at it from (a recruiting standpoint) at that point in time," Bridgewater said. "I was just doing it for my friends, and I actually ended up being pretty good so it just kind of happened."

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