George Strait - The Fireman - Live From Tucson (via StraitCinema)
After a busy week, I'm hoping for some degree of normalcy over the next several days. There was the BBVA Compass Bowl discussion, Paul Chyrst-Wisconsin speculation, and the renewing of the Pitt-Penn State rivalry ... not to mention the City Game.
With all of that going on, it's understandable that we didn't get to everything. Here are some Pitt-related links from the past week that we didn't mention. The live music is back. This one's in honor of Wisconsin's Barry Alvarez putting out fires and ending the speculation that Paul Chryst may leave Pitt - it's George Strait with an old live version of The Fireman.
The City Game has been one-sided lately
Dejan Kovacevic thinks the City Game could have been much better, though
James Robinson is getting more notice
Tino Sunseri likes the future of Pitt football
Agnus Berenato tied the school record for women's basketball coaching wins last week
Pitt's athletics department website collected some great memories of Beano Cook
Athlon handed out their season-end football awards for 2012
The Big East basketball only schools are reportedly happy ... for now
ACC Convos wonders if the recent statement of solidarity means anything
Paul Chryst is re-energized with Pitt's bowl trip
Despite an 8-1 record, Dana O'Neill only ranks Pitt sixth in the Big East basketball standings
The women's basketball team will collect canned goods for the Hometown vs. Hunger event