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Bryant hopes for stars to align for repeat title

In the brief seven year history of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open, no golfer has managed to take back-to-back titles.  Come Friday, defending champion Bart Bryant will begin his quest to become the first.  But he says that he doesn't feel like he has anything to defend, adding "I got mine, they can't take that away from me."  Humbly, he says that when the first guy tees off Friday morning, he becomes just another golfer in the field.

That being said, he knows that if his game comes together and things go his way, there's no reason why he couldn't be hoisting the trophy for a second time on Sunday.

Bryant tees off at 1:49 on Friday with Fred Funk and 2012 Champion Willie Wood.

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