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    https://twitter.com/splitfacenation

    Pitt's recruits are being posted here.

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    We have a BIG list...maybe compensating for something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IM N GUD H&NZ BEARCAT View Post
    We have a BIG list...maybe compensating for something.
    If you are talking about Pitt, the compensation isn't working.

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    Couple of QB highlights that make me think Weimers wants to bring back the veer.

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    If the JuCo HB pans out, it could be a fun O to watch, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM N GUD H&NZ BEARCAT View Post
    We have a BIG list...maybe compensating for something.
    6 offensive coordinators?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallst View Post
    6 offensive coordinators?
    Correct. That helps to spread the blame, so we have no clue who to get rid of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfred33 View Post
    Correct. That helps to spread the blame, so we have no clue who to get rid of.

    So we’ve gone from the dual punter to dual-QB to 6 OCs? What’s next ... an HC for the O, one for the D, one for special teams, and one Head Head Coach to rule them all? :-).


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    Coach Wright, "We have to get bigger on the lines if we want to get out of our region and compete for a National Championship."

    He was pretty high on the transfer RB from Kent State and one of the transfer WRs must have elite speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lleachieshusband View Post
    So we’ve gone from the dual punter to dual-QB to 6 OCs? What’s next ... an HC for the O, one for the D, one for special teams, and one Head Head Coach to rule them all? :-).


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    That's kind of how it's supposed to work, is it not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearcat97 View Post
    Coach Wright, "We have to get bigger on the lines if we want to get out of our region and compete for a National Championship."

    He was pretty high on the transfer RB from Kent State and one of the transfer WRs must have elite speed.

    But can that WR catch consistently at speed? Can he get separation? And can he run consistent routes? That’s what separates a George Sehl or Randy Schmidt from a Shawn Bane ....


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    Quote Originally Posted by lleachieshusband View Post
    But can that WR catch consistently at speed? Can he get separation? And can he run consistent routes? That’s what separates a George Sehl or Randy Schmidt from a Shawn Bane ....


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    Could be worse. You could have a WR who can get open whenever he wants, but might go a game or two without wanting to between periods of wanting to like Pitt had a few years ago.

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    " But there's not many local kids ... how can you have a following with no local kids" ... hypocrite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    " But there's not many local kids ... how can you have a following with no local kids" ... hypocrite.
    Win and you'll get a following.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    " But there's not many local kids ... how can you have a following with no local kids" ... hypocrite.
    Pitt got the Mo 4A DPOY, a 3 star WR, and a D1 transfer locally.

    Maybe they tried for quality over quantity?

    Just kidding.

    I do think this may be the smallest number of local players Pitt has ever had on signing day. They'll get some local walk ons between now and then, but this is definitely an unusual class. Hopefully that's a good thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Predatory Primates View Post
    The Lee's Summit North QB was a handful. He's not much of a passer though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bearcat97 View Post
    The Lee's Summit North QB was a handful. He's not much of a passer though.
    And that's a problem ?
    -Dave Weimers

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    Quote Originally Posted by lleachieshusband View Post
    But can that WR catch consistently at speed? Can he get separation? And can he run consistent routes? That’s what separates a George Sehl or Randy Schmidt from a Shawn Bane ....


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    Wait. WTF?!

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