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The Morning After: Weekly Pitt link dump / "Imagine" (John Lennon)

Jamie Squire

imagine - john lennon - live madison square 1972. (via HUAYACARAN)

Lots of Pitt links from last week that we didn't get around to. But first, a little live music - this week, courtesy of John Lennon: Imagine. I could do without Yoko hanging around, but beggars can't be choosers. You're welcome -

But first, speaking of links -'s Matt Fortuna tried in vain to link to our article about Pitt's recruiting class. Unfortunately the link went to a Rutgers article. Eh, maybe next time - we appreciate the effort.

Onto the links:

Could former Pitt star Darrelle Revis end up with the Steelers?

ESPN has their list of top 25 Big East players from 2012 and Aaron Donald checks in at No. 25 on the year

Steven Adams has to avoid foul trouble for Pitt

Pitt's bench had a huge game against DePaul

Jamie Dixon talked about the team on the Tim Brando show on CBS Sports (video)

Trey Zeigler talked about his recent play over the past few games (video)

Andy Lee is the sole Pitt player in the Super Bowl

Dante Taylor is making the most of his minutes this season

ACC Football Rx has some important ACC dates this year - including July 1st when Pitt and Syracuse become ACC members

The women's basketball team landed a verbal commitment ... from a local sophomore lighting it up

Pitt beat up on Penn State in basketball recently - seriously...sort of

Sprinter Brycen Spratling broke his own school record in the 200m this weekend

The athletics department put out a video on the wrestling team's success

Speaking of the 17th ranked wrestling squad, they had a win over Lock Haven this weekend

The gymnastics team earned its first GymInfo ranking in school history and is now ranked No. 22

The women's hoops team got blown out by No. 2 Notre Dame and also lost to Georgetown

The women's tennis team lost to Buffalo last week

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