Bobby Petrino posted perhaps the best results of his coaching career at Louisville, going 41-9 from 2003 to 2006 and leading the Cardinals to an Orange Bowl victory in his final season. Now, after a strange few years with the Atlanta Falcons, Arkansas and Western Kentucky, he may return to his old stomping grounds. Louisville offered him a job on Tuesday to replace Charlie Strong, who left for Texas earlier this week, and Petrino reportedly will accept. Petrino has proved he's able to get results, but should Louisville be wary of his contentious exits from Arkansas and the Falcons?

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