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August 25, 2008 12:00 AM

From Red roots to Blue believers

When Louisville natives Myron Pryor and Garry Williams came out of high school in 2004, the Louisville Cardinals were on the fast track to becoming a national program. They had won nine games in Bobby Petrino's first year on the job and were headed for even bigger things with local products Brian Brohm and Michael Bush on board.

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