The Morning After: Weekly Pitt Link Dump / Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry)

Roll Over Beethoven - Chuck Berry (via jimrock63)

Last week we had Dave Matthews to kick off the weekly Pitt link dump. This week? Chuck Berry with Roll Over Beethoven.

Several people tried to cover it, including the Beatles, but failed miserably. I'm a huge Beatles fan, but you can make the argument that Berry was the Beatles before the Beatles. Now, the fact that Berry's still out performing shows in his 80s is a bit ridiculous, let's be honest. But still, this week's video is phenomenal, performed live on a French TV show.

Oh yeah, and lots of Pitt links we didn't get to from the past week after the jump.

Bob Smizik takes a look at where Pitt football's recruiting rankings stand's Andrea Adelson rates Pitt's football season, giving the team a D (couldn't agree more)

Johnny Majors shares a good story about he and Joe Paterno

As I've repeatedly said, J.J. Moore has been a little disappointing this season

Rushel Shell had a feature in ESPN The Magazine about recruiting and being a father

Pitt's wrestlers are having a great season

Panthers could miss both the NCAAs and NITs - in other news, sun rises today

Antwuan Reed is headed to another college football all-star game

Chas over at Pitt Blather notes that Pitt might be acting too picky in regards to recent recruits

Mel Kiper has Ray Graham as his third best running back (of seniors, anyway) in the 2013 NFL Draft

Because Greg Schiano left Rutgers, the program is scrambling to keep its class together - Yeah, having gone through that twice in the past two years, can't say I feel for them.

Several Pitt players in Pro Bowl and Super Bowl

Last (and certainly least), Todd Graham is building a solid recruiting class at Arizona State

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