Bostick Forgoes Final Year Of Eligibility

PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – The Pitt Panthers released a statement Tuesday saying quarterback Pat Bostick has decided to forgo his final year of eligibility with the team.

The decision was not unexpected.

Bostick, 22, from Lancaster, Pa., was a highly-touted recruit coming out of high school in 2006.

During his freshman year in 2007, Bostick started eight games, recorded 1,500 passing yards, eight touchdowns and 13 interceptions.

Bostick was beat out for the starting quarterback position by Bill Stull in his sophomore season, then red-shirted in 2009 and only played in three games this season.

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  1. Wel Hung says:

    ANOTHER BUST AT QB,,WHAT A SHOCKER.

  2. HAIL TO PITT says:

    FROM AFAR PAT’S CAREER WILL BE VIEWED AS MEETING LESS THAN EXPECTATIONS…BUT AS A COMPETITOR/ TEAM MEMBER/CONTRIBUTOR/AND FOOTBALL IQ, PAT WAS/IS A 5 -STAR…..AND WILL BE A CREDIT TO PITT AS AN ALUMN!!

  3. Wannie says:

    He sucked

  4. Mon River Towing says:

    Pitt could no way afford to miss on their top recruit in the class from 5 years ago named Pat Bostick. No surprise to anyone to find Pitt right back where it started. Good luck to you Dr Bostick. May your scalpel be more accurate than your passing.

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