First off I am thankful that we have a following on here who are well-versed in all the aspects of college football and in Pitt football particularly. Add to that the fact that we love to dissect and discuss that subject, with all its many pros and cons, in a civil and respectful manner and it is the best of the best.
I thank each and every one of you all for that.
We have a university that we are proud of in all ways, not just by the wins and losses we garner out on the field of play. Our university is so much more than just that. Pitt does things the right way, even if it means starting over again with new head coaches or disciplining our players in ways that better both themselves and the team. Making the correct decisions isn’t easy sometimes but Pitt gets it right way more often than not.
I thank the Pitt administration for that and Pat Narduzzi specifically. Regardless of how I choose to weigh the good, bad and indifferent about his football coaching duties to me his real mission at Pitt is to be the leader of 100+ young kids and young men and to set examples they can emulate both when they are at Pitt and into their future lives.