Rylan wrote:Tino is terrible. When crunch time happens he is no where to be found. He shrinks in the spotlight and the team suffers for it. He is not a leader and I hate that it feels like he has been the starting QB forever.
mikey287 wrote:He got hurt last year and this year I think. So he's been a little banged up. When Jamison was hurt, Huggins stepped in and carried the ball 41 times a few weeks ago. So he can play, it's just that Jamison has been really good in his own right. Huggins is about as good of a recruit as we've captured and he seems to be doing and saying all the right things and just waiting for his opportunity. Which should come soon enough. If we had two RBs that could carry it 30 times each, we wouldn't leave games up to our brutal QB (the venerable Super Nova) - tongue-in-cheek, but I'm still sore after yesterday's brutal loss.
So, Huggins is firmly the #2, but there's no reason to take the ball out of Jamison's hands...he gets like 25-30 touches per game and gets like 5 yards per touch. I have to imagine that ranks highly in the Big East, just at face value. So it's not like Huggins is the #2 to some schlub...Huggins is a year younger, so he'll get his time. Also, with RBs running back depth, players seem to just disappear and re-appear now and again. Mason Robinson, for instance, I recall being a running back for us a few years ago...then he became a defensive back after losing his RB spot and now he seems to mostly return punts...Kordell Young is another one that seemed to show a couple flashes and then poof...gone. So who knows...maybe one of them is our starting QB next year...
pittsports87 wrote:There is a chance for Pitt vs. West Virginia in the Pinstripe Bowl.
This has to happen.
DudeMan2766 wrote:pittsports87 wrote:There is a chance for Pitt vs. West Virginia in the Pinstripe Bowl.
This has to happen.
I heard WVU is headed to San Diego. Not thrilled. I want this.
KennyTheKangaroo wrote:Compass Bowl. Discuss.
KennyTheKangaroo wrote:on the other hand, if pitt doesnt play way above their heads against vt and buttgers, it is 4-8 and chryst is doomed to failure
Troy Loney wrote:10-2 is a little out of the realm of possiblity for Pitt football. They could play a full schedule of Gardner Webs' and finish no better than 8-4. They just aren't good.
Troy Loney wrote:No, they're just a perennial mediocre squad. 6-6 or 7-5 is par for the course, they aren't a couple of better showing away from being legit.
King Sid the Great 87 wrote:Pitt is 122-128 in their last 250 games. And that's with inflated win totals from a recently garbage conference.
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