Tino Sunseri

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Pitt Co-Offensive Coordinator Preps For Syracuse

Mike Norvell, Pitt Panther football co-offensive coordinator, joined The Fan Morning Show Thursday to discuss the Panthers regular season finale against the Syracuse Orange.

93-7 The Fan–12/01/2011

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4-1-Zoo: Graham Talks Next Year’s QB

Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — Graham took things a step further Tuesday, speaking to reporters about what to expect next year at quarterback.

93-7 The Fan–11/30/2011

Pat Bostick

Pat Bostick Breaks Down Backyard Brawl, Pitt’s QB Situation

Former Pitt Panther Quarterback and Current Color Analyst Pat Bostick joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to discuss the Panthers loss in the Backyard Brawl, the direction of the football program, and comments made by Defensive Tackle Chas Alecxih regarding former Head Coach Mike Haywood.

11/29/2011

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Paul Zeise Breaks Down “Brawl”

The Pitt Panthers lost to the West Virginia Mountaineers 21-20 Friday night in the “Backyard Brawl.” Paul Zeise from the Post-Gazette joined Bob Pompeani on his Saturday show to recap the loss.

93-7 The Fan–11/26/2011

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The Phillips File- The Final Brawl Had It All For WVU Fans

If this was going to be the last time both Pitt and West Virginia met for a football game, then they sure got it right. With hopes of a possible share of the Big East title at stake for the winner serving as just an appetizer, the underlying tone of bragging rights for the foreseeable future represented the main course.

93-7 The Fan–11/25/2011

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Backyard Brawl: Pitt Loses To WVU, 21-20

The Pitt Panthers came close but lost to the West Virginia Mountaineers, 21-20 in the Backyard Brawl Friday night. Tino Sunseri completed 12 passes for 137 yards and threw one pick.

11/25/2011

Pat Bostick

Pat Bostick Breaks Down Victory Over Louisville, Previews Backyard Brawl

Former Pitt Quarterback and current Color Analyst Pat Bostick joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to discuss the Panthers win this past weekend over Louisville, and how they stack up in the Backyard Brawl coming up next week.

11/15/2011

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Sunseri, Pitt Defeat Louisville 21-14

Following a loss last weekend at home to the Cincinnati Bearcats, the slumping Pitt Panthers hit the road looking for Louisville looking to get back in the win column.

11/12/2011

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4-1-Zoo: A High-Octane Collapse

Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — What really cost Pitt the game was an escape from discipline in the second half.

93-7 The Fan–11/06/2011

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Cincinnati Bearcats Rally For 26-23 Win Over Pitt Panthers

The Pitt Panthers were looking to build on their big win over UConn all the way back on Oct. 26 as the Cincinnati Bearcats rolled into town this weekend. While the Panthers led by 10 early in the third quarter, a pair of turnovers deep in their own territory allowed the Bearcats to get back into the game and come away with a 26-23 victory.

11/06/2011

Pat Bostick

Pat Bostick Previews Pitt-Cincinnati

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.

11/01/2011

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Sunseri Earns Weekly Honors

(93-7 The FAN) — Pitt QB Tino Sunseri was named Big East Offensive Player of the Week for his 419-yard, 2-touchdown performance against the Huskies.

93-7 The Fan–11/01/2011

Tino Sunseri

Sunseri, Pitt Rough Up UConn

(93-7 The FAN/AP) — After a week spent focusing on slowing down one of the nation’s top running backs, the Huskies never saw Tino Sunseri coming.

93-7 The Fan–10/27/2011

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Ray Graham Injured In Pitt’s 35-20 Win Over UConn

The Pitt Panthers won their primetime game against UConn 35-20, but they may have lost their best player in the process. Pitt running back Ray Graham appeared to have seriously injured his right leg in the first quarter and was out for the rest of the game.

10/27/2011

Pat Bostick

The “Pitt Boss” Pat Bostick Looks Ahead To Pitt-UConn

Former Pitt Quarterback and current Color Analyst Pat Bostick joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to help us preview Pitt-UCONN.

10/24/2011

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