Pitt’s spring practice starts on Wednesday, and all I can say is, “Man, that came up fast”. Seems like just yesterday we were complaining about what went down in El Paso.
And yet here we are, just a few days out from fourteen closed practices and one glorified scrimmage that will tell us very little about how good this team actually is. Nonetheless, all of the information that comes out of spring practice will be both controlled by Pitt’s Coaching Staff and much discussed by the fans – thanks to Pat Narduzzi’s unpopular closed-practice policy.
In the meantime, we can speculate as to what will happen, and who will emerge, and how good the team will be, and speculate we shall.
But first, lets kick it off with a little rah-rah:
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