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The Huddle: Petrino is back on top, but Malzahn is on the hot seat

Each week during the season, visit “The Huddle” for the latest in college football news, notes, conversation and opinion.  This is notable Coach Bobby Petrino is 3-0 at Louisville against teams ranked in the top 10, including last Saturday’s 63-20 victory over then-No. 2 Florida State. Before Petrino’s...
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