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ALL THE LINKS: Weekly Pitt link dump

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Having been on vacation the week before, I didn't get a chance to do a link dump for last Monday. But with training camp, the Bahamas trip coverage, and everything else related to Pitt this past week, we had plenty to talk about as it was.

Here are some links from this past week that we didn't mention:

There is a lot of depth at wide receiver this year - I actually meant to get to a post on this earlier that never got done, but I fully agree with the PG's thoughts here. There may not be a clear No. 2 guy here yet, but there are a lot of options.

Mike Young had a chance to get used to larger role in The Bahamas - Young had a very up and down season last year, but I like his chances to be a star by the time he leaves

Todd Thomas has matured during his time at Pitt - We're a while from the Draft, but I think this guy will be playing in the NFL

Basketball recruiting target Cheick Diallo continues scheduling visits to other programs

True freshman running back Chris James is learning about his new team

Paul Chryst joined The Fan Morning show recently to discuss training camp ... and Miley Cyrus

Steven Adams is creating more interest in basketball in New Zealand

Former baseball pitcher Matt Wotherspoon was named NY Penn Pitcher of the Week

ESPN has an article on Pitt freshman Patrick Amara overcoming odds

Scout has a look at Scott McKillop as a volunteer assistant at Pitt

The Trib ran a feature on local product, freshman Dennis Briggs - I wrote about him after he committed to the Panthers, but I'd watch out for this kid

Pitt had 213 student athletes make the ACC Honor Roll - that was good for tenth in the conference

Hugh Green's big 1980 season was rated by ESPN as one of the top defensive ones of all time. Tony Dorsett's 1976 season was also one of the top offensive years.

The athletics department has a preview of the women's soccer team

Ron Cook says Mark Nordenberg left a strong legacy at Pitt

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