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Heyman's switch could boost pass rush

Dexter Heyman wanted to help his team. So the Louisville sophomore recently approached coaches with the idea of moving from linebacker to defensive end to better take advantage of his athleticism - a switch that could boost Louisville's pass rush.

Dexter Heyman played in eight games – starting one – last season as a true freshman. Though he registered ten tackles in '08, Heyman wanted to make a bigger impact on the Louisville defense. So he approached Louisville defensive coordinator Brent Guy recently and suggested a move from linebacker to defensive end. "Dexter came to me and that's what you want to have happen," Guy said. "His...