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Featured Fanpost: Panthers to finish 7-5

Reader Lupper chimes in with a Fanpost on a website's 7-5 prediction for Pitt football

... that is if WhatIfSports.com is to be believed .. using their college football simulation engine, they've played out the season through thousands of simulations to preview the Big East .. based on the results, they've calculated both a percentage chance of winning and an average 'score' .. their preview has Louisville winning the BE with a 9-3 overall record and 5-3 conference record. Pitt is listed as finishing 7-5 overall and 4-3 in the conference; in a three-way tie for second with USF and Rutgers .. looks like Pitt loses the tie-breakers .. here are the particulars on how they believe the Panthers will fare:

2012 Pittsburgh Panthers
Week Opponent Win% Avg Score
1 Youngstown State Penguins 95 46-8
2 @Cincinnati Bearcats 50 22-21
3 Virginia Tech Hokies 29 19-25
4 Gardner-Webb Runnin' Bulldogs 95 46-7
6 @Syracuse Orange 54 25-22
7 Louisville Cardinals 47 22-25
8 @Buffalo Bulls 85 28-16
9 Temple Owls 50 23-24
10 @Notre Dame Fighting Irish 31 20-26
11 @Connecticut Huskies 57 22-18
13 Rutgers Scarlet Knights 47 19-20
14 @South Florida Bulls 43 20-23
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