DeCicco Leaving Pitt

By: Mike Vukovcan

Pittsburgh (KDKA)- Instead of receiving another transfer, the Pitt football team is about to have a player transfer from the program.

Sources tell KDKA-TV Sports that unless there’s a last minute change of heart, tight end Brock DeCicco plans on leaving Pitt.

Yesterday, Paul Zeise of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that DeCicco didn’t attend yesterday’s practice.

The problem is that the redshirt sophomore from Thomas Jefferson plays a position that’s been phased out of the Pitt offense.

Head coach Todd Graham uses an h-back instead of a tradition tight end.

When the former 4-star recruit originally committed, he selected Pitt over Iowa, Wisconsin and Virginia Tech. Look for DeCicco to end up at one of those programs.


One Comment

  1. Mayor of GBD says:

    boo hoo hoo. My daddy told me I’m the best…Bill Cherpak said I’m the greatest. I signed a committment to play at Pitt, but they changed their offensive scheme, so I’m going to ignore my obligation to the team and get my FREE education elsewhere. Wah, wah, wah….cry me a river.

  2. Anonymous says:

    There’s nothing “FREE” about playing div I football!

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