The Morning After: Weekly Pitt Link Dump / The Birth Of The Blues (Sammy Davis, Jr.)

Sammy Davis Jr. - Birth Of The Blues (via millsbrothers)

This week's music is The Birth of the Blues by Sammy Davis, Jr. This was maybe his biggest tune at concerts and while he could probably sing it a bit better in his younger days, this one's still a nine out of ten. Davis was probably the second best singer in the Rat Pack behind Frank Sinatra and some will probably even make a case he may have been the best.

Pitt links from last week that we didn't get to are after the jump.

The basketball team isn't rebounding well

March Madness is coming to the Burgh next month

Steve Pederson says the Backyard Brawl is not a priority (audio)

Big East football has a scheduling nightmare on its hands

Curtis Aiken says Pitt's defense hasn't been steady (audio)

Tray Woodall took blame for not having the team ready against South Florida

Speaking of Woodall, he not only was Big East Player of the Week last week, he was the National Player of the Week

Ray Mernagh says Steven Adams can play

A look at potential Pitt 2013 football recruit targets in the Rivals250

Steve Pederson confirmed Todd Graham paid a $1 million buyout #StillAScumbag

More Tray Woodall - ZagsBlog says he may be the Big East's MVP

ESPN.com's Big East Blog rated Pitt's wide receivers and tight ends last in the conference in 2011

NCAA tournament hopes have taken a hit since the South Florida loss

The Big East welcomed Memphis with a New York Times display

Pitt's wrestling program is 13-1 for the first time in school history

Women's basketball team is still struggling

Joe Lunardi says Pitt could be a tough call for the selection committee (Insider article)

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