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Battles to Keep an Eye on

One of the biggest question marks comes at running back. Not so much because the position appears to be in great trouble, but because of the wait to see who will grab the bull by the horns and...

Camp Notes

The Post-Gazette takes a look at Senior corner and everyone's favorite kick returner, Aaron Berry:Berry, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound senior cornerback, was one of the highest-rated players in the 2006...

Day Three of Camp

Day three of camp brought a familiar incident:Here is a story we've heard before (far too many times) -- redshirt junior safety Elijah Fields was demoted to the second team today because there were...

Day Four Events

Day Four of Pitt brought a somewhat disturbing picture of the QB situation:I had written after the first two days that the quarterbacks threw the ball well and they did. But I also cautioned they...

A Controvery Brewing?

Paul Zeise makes it clear that while he isn't ready to declare a QB controversy outright, he does believe that Stull has had some competition - and not from Bostick, who some believed might be able...

Story Title

Here's something we haven't heard in a while - Pitt short on Tight Ends? Well it's only temporary:Pitt is suddenly short on tight ends, as redshirt freshman Mike Cruz was excused for a second...

Camp Kikakee Continues

Pat Bostick says all the right things about potentially not being Pitt's starter this year:"I'd like my role to be the starting quarterback," said Bostick, who has become one of the team leaders...

Football Notes

Gene Collier wonders aloud if Tino Sunseri is deserving of the starting QB spot.Meanwhile, Dave Wannstedt confirms our worst fears:"[Senior] Bill Stull is the starting quarterback," Wannstedt said....

Catching Up

I wanted to resist, but here is another QB story.And, an AP article talks about Bostick's big game success (despite downplaying that he didn't play particularly well in either game other than...

Do or Die

The second scrimmage of camp was today. Paul Zeise says it's a 'now or never' opportunity of sorts for some players.But unlike the first scrimmage, there is no tomorrow -- for the most part, this...

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