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Bryan Brown, Branch Manager

After graduating from college, Bryan Brown played semi-pro football in Germany for a year. When he returned home, a few of his friends started working at a mortgage company. The fact that they achieved success with little to no experience in the industry made the job appeal to him. He joined them at the company, and 18 years later, he’s still excited about his career.
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Watch: Bryan Brown, Yasir Abdullah Talk Start of Spring Practice

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Spring ball is in full swing for the Louisville football program. The Cardinals held their first of 15 spring practice sessions on Monday, which will culminate in the first spring game of the Scott Satterfield era in early April. After a pair of practices to get warmed up, Louisville's Friday session was their first practice in pads.
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Watch: Bryan Brown, Yasir Adbullah provide Louisville defense update

Louisville football sported full pads for the first time this spring Friday afternoon as the team wrapped its first week of work. Defensive coordinator Bryan Brown and linebacker Yasir Abdullah provided an update following the team's two-hour session. Check out all of their comments in the videos below. Sign up...
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Watch: Louisville DC Bryan Brown talks bowl prep, more

The Louisville defense will have a spotlight on it for sure when it faces Air Force in the Servpro First Responder Bowl on Dec. 28. The Falcons triple-option attack has the Falcons leading the nation with 342 rushing yards per game. UofL defensive coordinator Bryan Brown believes the added bowl...
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Louisville defensive coordinator Bryan Brown visits commit Popeye Williams

The University of Louisville assistant football coaches hit the road recruiting on Sunday and were back out all over the country on Monday. U of L defensive coordinator Bryan Brown was in Indianapolis, along with defensive quality control coach Jake Brandon, making an in-home visit to one of the Cardinals' top commitments in the Class of 2022 - Popeye Williams.
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Watch: Bryan Brown, CJ Avery preview Louisville v Kentucky

Louisville will host rival Kentucky on Saturday night in the annual battle for the Governor's Cup. Kickoff at Cardinal Stadium is set for 7:30pm with ESPN2 providing the broadcast. UofL defensive coordinator Bryan Brown and senior linebacker CJ Avery discussed what to expect from the Kentucky offense and more during...
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Watch: Louisville DC Bryan Brown previews Syracuse game

Louisville will seek to snap a two-game skid when it hosts Syracuse on Saturday afternoon at Cardinal Stadium. The Orange boast of one of the nation's top running attacks, which will present a challenge for the Cardinals defense. Syracuse second-year back Sean Tucker is No. 2 nationally with an average...
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Bryan Brown, Bryan Hudson Preview Syracuse

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Once again, Louisville (4-5, 2-4 ACC) found a way to fall late in the game, dropping a 30-24 contest to Clemson after getting out-scored 13-0 in the fourth quarter. Next up, the Cardinals will be hosting a Syracuse (5-4, 2-3 ACC) squad who is trending in the...
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Watch: Louisville DC Bryan Brown previews Clemson game

The Louisville defense will face a Clemson offense that has struggled throughout the season. Scoring 21 points per game, the Tigers rank last in the ACC. UofL defensive coordinator Bryan Brown is stressing that while the statistics may not match up to Clemson teams of recent years, the offensive talent to do so still exists.
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Bryan Brown, YaYa Diaby Preview NC State

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Fueled by a fervent running game and their best defensive performance of the season, Louisville (4-3, 2-2 ACC) was able to snap a two-game losing streak, and capture a home victory against Boston College. Next up, the Cardinals are heading back on the road to face a...
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Watch: Bryan Brown says Louisville defense must learn to finish games

Louisville defensive coordinator Bryan Brown is preparing his group to face Boston College on Saturday. The Cardinals have dropped two straight contests, both due to opponent scores coming late in the fourth quarter. Last time out, the Louisville defense surrendered a 17-point fourth quarter lead against Virginia to fall 34-33.
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