Pat Bostick Previews Pitt-Cincinnati

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — Former Pitt Quarterback and Current Color Analyst Pat Bostick joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to talk about where this Pitt team is, heading into their showdown with Cincinnati this weekend.

The last time Pitt had a long layoff, things didn’t go so well against Rutgers, but Bostick said the Panthers learned from their mistakes and doesn’t expect them to make the same ones again.

The one thing this team will have to is try to find a way to replace Running Back Ray Graham’s production.

Bostick also weighed in on Todd Graham saying earlier this week that the numbers Tino Sunseri put up against UCONN were “average.”

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One Comment

  1. Hee Haw says:

    Great. Can’t wait to watch a “Low Octane” sloth-like offense put up 12 points and give up 49 to Cincy in front of 14,000 Saturday night. Steve P……What are you telling the Marketing Department to report for attendance…..the old “45,000” were in attendance? The students will be gone BEFORE Sweet Caroline. There won’t be enough BLUE OUT to hide the thousands of yellow seats. SHAME on Pitt.

  2. Captain Reality says:

    Lets be honest this team stinks.!!!!! If they somehow find a way to win the weak east or big least, I’m sure the BCS bowls will be thrilled to have no octane play in primetime against a 1 loss Alabama or LSU.. I’m sure you homers also would be excited. Let me ask the question though would you rather them go to the Toilet bowl and beat a lesser team of their caliber or go to a BCS bowl and get destroyed by 50???????? Please elaborate….

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