Pat Bostick Takes A Look At What Went Wrong At Rutgers

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Pitt QB Pat Bostick attempts a pass during the Panthers’ famous 2007 upset of arch-rival West Virginia. (Photo credit: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

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PITTSBURGH (SPORTSRADIO 93-7 THE FAN) — Former Pitt Quarterback and current Color Analyst Pat Bostick joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to breakdown the teams disappointing showing against Rutgers.

One of the major problems Pat saw in the game was Pitt’s inability to get out of their own end of the field without Ray Graham breaking off big runs.

Rutgers disguised their complex blitz schemes, which is what makes them great according to Bostick, and Pitt didn’t do a good enough job getting rid of the ball to avoid negative plays, but there were times where the offensive line didn’t give enough time to even do that much.

We also got Pat’s thoughts on Trey Anderson being brought into the game and whether or not any Quarterback could have had success against that Rutgers defense and the way they were playing.

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