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Louisville gives Jeff Brohm 6-year deal as football coach

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By GARY B. GRAVES
AP Sports Writer

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville has hired Jeff Brohm as the Cardinals’ football coach to replace Scott Satterfield. The University of Louisville Athletic Association executive board has approved a six-year contract that will pay the former Purdue coach a base salary of $5 million next season with annual increases of $100,000. It also includes incentives. Brohm is a Louisville native. Brohm went 36-34 in six seasons with the Boilermakers, including 17-9 the past two seasons. He guided them to their first Big Ten West division title before they fell to No. 2 Michigan in the conference championship last week.

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