Hail To Links! The "Learning From The Past" Edition

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Youngstown State and Cincinnati are in the rear view mirror. Virginia Tech lies ahead. Can the Panthers use the 0-2 start as motivation for the game against the Hokies? Absolutely, learning from their mistakes in past can only help this team. So today we will take a look at how the offensive line is taking the first two games personal, who is returning from injury, and more...after the jump.

Now it's personal. Pitt's offensive line it taking it's 0-2 start personal after giving up six sacks to Cincinnati.

Suiting up. Todd Thomas returned to practice yesterday afternoon. This is the best news we've heard in awhile.

Building A Mystery. Does playing an 0-2 opponent on the road in a half-filled stadium have the makings for a Virginia Tech letdown?

Struggling out of the blocks. USA Today takes a look at the first coach to go 0-2 in the 2012 season, Paul Chryst.

Taking a look back. Rushel Shell reflects on his college debut last week.

If only your bookie was this generous. One online sports book felt so bad for anyone who took Arkansas -30 over Louisiana-Monroe and lost 34-31 in overtime that they refunded all bets made on the Razorbacks.

Missed yesterday's edition of Hail to Links!? Check out here.

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