By: Chris Gates

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — Former Pitt and Seton-La Salle quarterback Bill Stull will take the reigns of the Pittsburgh Power on Friday.

Stull was named the Power’s starting quarterback Wednesday by coach Chris Siegfried.

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Stull was signed by the Power over the weekend after several players were let go because of a labor dispute between the Arena Football League and its players. Former Power starting quarterback Kyle Rowley was part of the group that was released.

Stull played two games for the Power last season.

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Stull was a two-year starter at Pitt. He led the Panthers to a 10-win season in 2009, his senior year.

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