The Morning After: Weekly Pitt Link Dump / "Stormy Weather" (Frank Sinatra)

Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

Frank Sinatra records 'Stormy Weather' (via simonellson)

Another Monday, another morning link dump. See below for your weekly Pitt-related links from last week that we didn't get to. This week's music? In honor of Frankenstorm, we've got a great version of Frank Sinatra recording a remake of the 1930s hit, Stormy Weather (also made popular by the great Lena Horne).

Dan Mason's comeback journey is complete - finally

ESPN still projects Pitt to play in the Pinstripe Bowl

Temple's AD credits Pitt for saving their program

Todd Thomas is rejuvenating Pitt's football program

Pitt wants to improve its running game

The Panthers are overcoming some injuries

Pitt's skill players shared an ESPN Big East helmet sticker this week

The Pittsburgh Area Coaches vs. Cancer program is being rebranded

Atlantic Coast Convos looks at the conference's graduation rates and includes Pitt

Ray Graham is doing more running ahead and less dancing

Pitt's D-1 club hockey team is nationally ranked

The women's volleyball team is over .500 and beat DePaul in five sets this weekend

The men's soccer team finished their season at 6-9-2 with a loss to Villanova

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