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The Morning After: Weekly Pitt Link Dump / "I Should Have Known Better" (The Beatles)

I Should Have Known Better - The Beatles (HQ) (via Francisco Andrés Brizard Rojas)

It's hard to say we should have known better with Pitt. The Panthers hadn't show much to make us think that they were capable of competing against Virginia Tech this weekend. But as we saw, not only did they compete, they won pretty handily.

In honor of Pitt doing far more than we expected, we've got "I Should have Known Better" by the Beatles for our music this week.

Pitt-related links after the jump.

Pitt's defense played a big part in the Virginia Tech win

A nice touch was that Paul Chryst got the game ball this week

Tino Sunseri didn't want to talk about his injury after the game

After their big win, Pitt led off Sports Illustrated's Week 3 Snap Judgments article

Athlon wonders if Steven Adams will be a rare freshman star for Jamie Dixon

ESPN's Andrea Adelson says we can no longer count the Panthers out

Speaking of Adelson, she had the Pitt-Virginia Tech score correct in her predictions ... but had the wrong team

Jerry DiPaola of the Trib says the Panthers need to recruit better

ACCFootballRx said Pitt stinks ... and then made a retraction - good stuff

The Big East was 5-0 in non-conference games this weekend

A new motto for Pitt? Expect the unexpected

Ray Graham is stilll trying to get to 100%

A Pitt news writer is ready for basketball season

Tino Sunseri and Rushel Shell both earned ESPN helmet stickers this weekend

Rushel Shell uses his family for motivation

Notre Dame to the ACC means that things are changing for Pitt

Pitt's first opponent in the Preseason NIT will be Fordham

Notre Dame basketball makes the ACC even stronger in hoops

Defensive lineman is getting plenty of attention from opposing offenses

The men's soccer team has won four games in a row

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