Does it feel weird to say that game two against a MAC team is a must-win?
Because it certainly feels weird to write it.
And yet, here we are, coming off a disappointing loss to a good-although-beatable team, and going into a game that should be a cupcake but isn’t.
Oh Pitt has an overall talent advantage, to be sure. Ohio’s roster is populated by two-star players, and they have six three-stars . Pitt’s roster is populated by three-star player and they have seven four-stars (which now may be down to six now that DT Keyshon Camp is out for the season). Still, Pitt is pretty much one full degree better across the board…except at the one position that can most impact the game. Continue reading “Ohio at Pitt Game Preview”